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Tool: Winsor & Newton watercolor set, 19th century (front view)
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This watercolor set is shown with moist watercolor cakes and porcelain palettes.
Tool: Winsor & Newton watercolor set, 19th century (front view)
Tool: G. Rowney and Co. watercolor set, 19th century (front view)
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This professional watercolor set consists of a wood box with moist watercolor cakes, sepia and “...
Tool: G. Rowney and Co. watercolor set, 19th century (front view)
Tool: G. Rowney and Co. watercolor set, 19th century (top view)
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This professional watercolor set consists of a wood box with moist watercolor cakes, sepia and "...
Tool: G. Rowney and Co. watercolor set, 19th century (top view)
Tool: Winsor & Newton watercolor set, 19th century (top view)
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This watercolor set is shown with moist watercolor cakes and porcelain palettes.
Tool: Winsor & Newton watercolor set, 19th century (top view)
Tool: Porcelain palettes
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Porcelain palettes are used for mixing watercolors.
Tool: Porcelain palettes
Infrared Detail: Two figures in original design
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Infrared examination of A Garden in Nassau reveals that the watercolor originally included two older boys perched atop the wall to the left of the wooden gate; they were attempting to reach...
Tool: Watercolor brushes
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These watercolor brushes are an assortment of natural hair and synthetic watercolor brushes, ranging from a large, flat wash brush down to a very fine, pointed round brush.
Tool: Watercolor brushes
Tool: Tube watercolors with porcelain palettes
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Moist watercolors in metal tubes like these were introduced c. 1846.
Tool: Tube watercolors with porcelain palettes
Tool: Watercolor field box set
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This watercolor field box set unfolds to reveal two palettes for mixing, a water container, a water bottle, a sponge, and a folding travel brush.
Tool: Watercolor field box set
Detail: Opaque watercolor effects
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As is the case with many of Homer’s early watercolors, Apple Picking was painted in opaque...
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