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Daniel Smith Extra-Fine Watercolor 15ml Sodalite Genuine (Primatek)

Reg: $28.74
Wet Paint price: $17.24
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Sodalite, with a distinctive deep blue color is one of the components of Lapis Lazuli and very rare. DANIEL SMITH Sodalite is the finest quality and deepest blue that comes from Greenland and the flanks of Italy's Mt. Vesuvius. In watercolor, the inky color of this semi precious stone granulates as it dries, layering a blue-black textural surface on a smooth blue-gray undertone. Low staining, lightfast and semi-tranparent, Sodalite creates a three-dimensional quality as it dries.

Dan Smith started his business in 1976, dedicated to bringing the highest quality inks to the print-artist community. In 1993, Dan set out to create a line of professional watercolors with one goal in mind: to bring the same high-quality color to the watercolor artist as he had to the printmaker. After extensive formulation and artist testing, the first 27 DANIEL SMITH Extra Fine Watercolors were introduced to the market with much acclaim. Watercolorists were impressed with the high pigment load and the detailed product information on each tube. Word of mouth endorsements soon made DANIEL SMITH a familiar name with watercolor painters.

Wet Paint is stocking the entire line of DANIEL SMITH Extra Fine Watercolor. The sheer range of possibility they offer is endless and unparalleled in the industry. The amazing selection spans the spectrum from the historical and natural earth colors (including the unique PrimaTek Series made with authentic mineral pigments), to the brightest, boldest colors modern technology has to offer. While they are American-made paints, their pigments come from the world over: everywhere except Antarctica and we bet they have someone looking there too.

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