Acrylic Paint

Acrylic paints were first developed in America.  Sam Golden started out in the 1930's and by 1949 was supplying artists such as Jackson Pollock, William de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler and Mark Rothko. The Golden Company has gone on to produce one of the finest artists acrylics. The brand is greatly respected in the artist community. Pegasus Art offers the Golden Heavy Body Acrylic range, plus all the acrylic mediums, gels and gesso products. 

New to Pegasus Art are a new range of fine acrylic paints made in England by artisan paintmakerand author of 'The Artist's Handbook' Pip Seymour.  British artist Pip Seymour had a vision to introduce the highest quality acrylic paint at an afforable price to give artists a tangible and progressive understanding of colour possibility.

Atelier Interactive Acrylics  are a quality artist's acrylic paint that can be spritzed with a fine spray mist of water to keep the paint workable for as long as the artist desires.  Great for those who want to make their own timescale and keep their acrylic paint open.

Ara Concentrated Artist Acrylics are produced by the same company that makes Old Holland Classic Oil Paint. A quality acrylic with a consistent smoothness and colour.

System 3 acrylics from Daler Rowney are  student grade, a great choice for general acrylic painting; reliable, mixing well and moderately priced. 

Jo Sonja Decorative Acrylics are an extremely popular choice.  Combining high pigment strength with a creamy flowing consistency, they dry to a waterproof velvet matte finish similar to gouache.

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