White Nights watercolours in pans

(2 customer reviews)


Medium: Watercolour

Grade: Master and Professional

Form: Full Pans

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The name White Nights comes from St. Petersburg, where summer nights are long and the sky is never dark. White Nights is a famous brand of professional watercolour paints. These watercolours are recognized world-wide as one of the best ones. White Nights may also be known under Leningrad or Petersburg names.

Key features:

  • Pigment load 15-50% (very high for watercolours)
  • 3/4 single pigment colours
  • Majority of colours have medium or high light-fastness
  • Ideal for both wet and dry techniques
  • Incredibly rich and strong colours
  • Most pigments are true (not HUE)
  • Available in 66 colours (in 36 at our store)
  • Paint looks transparent even after 7 layers


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Bright Blue, Carmine, Golden Deep, Green, Hanza Yellow, Madder Lake Red Light, Quinacridone Violet, Quinacridone Violet Rose, Rose Light, Scarlet, Ultramarine, Yellow-Green, Burnt Sienna, Cadmium Orange, Cadmium Red Light, Cadmium Yellow Lemon, Cadmium Yellow Medium, Chrome Oxide Green, Cobalt Blue Medium, Emerald Green, Ivory Black, Naples Yellow Light, Payne's Grey, Prussian Blue, Quinacridone Rose Light, Set (12 colours), Set (24 colours), Set (36 colours), Turquoise Blue, Venetian Red

2 reviews for White Nights watercolours in pans

  1. Elvira Kravenkova

    I highly recommend watercolor paper by White Night company for watercolor students and beginning artists. This paper withstands all watercolor techniques including wet on wet and pigment lifting which makes it perfect for those who want to master watercolor.
    White Night watercolors by Russian company Nevskaya Palitra is a well known brand to professional watercolor artists from all over the world. It is famous for pigment rich watercolor paint with excellent light fastness. I’ve been using it for years and am very satisfied with the quality. Packages with built-in palette and room for a brush make travelling with the sets very handy.

  2. Pamela

    I was given two pans of White Nights watercolour to test. I have used them once, and they seem to be strong in colour, which I favour. (The black I never use in painting, but will eventually use it for brush calligraphy.)

    However, this is no test of their light-fastness, which will take many months to establish.

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