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Gamblin 1980 Oil Colors, Set of 8 with Wood Panel & Solvent-Free Gel

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About This Product

The most popular student-grade set in college art classrooms.

This is the Gamblin 1980 Set of 8, featuring a thoughtfully constructed palette of luscious oil colors to support any style of painting. The set contains all the most popular colors on college supply lists: one 37ml tube each of cadmium yellow light, cadmium red light, alizarin crimson, ultramarine blue, pthalo green, yellow ochre, ivory black, and titanium white.

Also included is a 37 mL tube of solvent-free gel medium and a primed, ready-to-use painting panel handcrafted in North America from sustainably forested birch.

About Gamblin 1980 Oil Colors:

Gamblin 1980 Oil Colors are the honest, high-quality student-grade paints used in college art classrooms and studios across the country. 1980 is the year of Gamblin's founding—a fitting name for a paint aimed at artists getting their start.

As a painter-owned and operated color manufacturer, Gamblin understands that beginners need good materials. It's a myth that beginners won't be able to take advantage of high-quality color right away—in fact, using poorly made paint slows down the learning process and makes it harder to transition to better colors later.

Gamblin 1980 is made with the same ingredients as Gamblin Artist's Colors—pure pigments and linseed oil, but with a lighter pigment load than the artist-grade colors. In our long experience with 1980 colors, we've found that they have excellent working properties, that they produce clean color mixes, and in general that they lack the disadvantages of lesser student-grade colors.

Compatible with all other oils and with the full range of Gamblin mediums, modifiers, and thinners. Made in Portland, Oregon.