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Watercolour pencil Albrecht Dürer tin of 60

Watercolour pencil Albrecht Dürer tin of 60

Albrecht Dürer artists' watercolour pencils provide artists with great versatility of expression when drawing, shading and painting in watercolours. High-quality materials, combined with over 250 years of experience, have resulted in watercolour pencils that produce unsurpassed watercolour effects and vibrancy. The coloured surface can be transformed with only a few fine or broad brush strokes to reveal the full and unique power of the colours. Depending on the paper being used, the pigments can be completely dissolved, and will then behave in the same way as classic watercolour paints.

Product Detail

  • High-quality acid-free pigments in bright colours, unsurpassed lightfastness
  • Soft, vibrant colour laydown
  • Fully water soluble lead
  • Thick 3.8 mm lead
  • High break resistance due to secural bonding process (SV)
  • Tin of 60
  • Available in individual colours and various assorted sets
Eco pencil

Eco pencil

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Wood from sustainably managed forests.

Waterbased Eco Varnish

Waterbased Eco Varnish

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Virtually all the pencils produced in the main factory in Stein are coated with an environmentally-friendly water-based paint. This is even used for the raised dots on the Grip pencils.

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Did you know?
Faber-Castell produces over 2.3 billion wood-cased pencils every year.
Faber-Castell produces over 2.3 billion wood-cased pencils every year.
Did you know?
Faber-Castell grows about 20 cubic metres of wood every hour, which corresponds to around 1 truck load.
Faber-Castell grows about 20 cubic metres of wood every hour, which corresponds to around 1 truck load.
Did you know?
Faber-Castell produces over 2.3 billion wood-cased pencils every year.
Faber-Castell produces over 2.3 billion wood-cased pencils every year.
Did you know?
The profile of wood-cased pencils was changed from round to hexagonal/triangle because they were constantly rolling off the table.
The profile of wood-cased pencils was changed from round to hexagonal/triangle because they were constantly rolling off the table.