Paints (Spraycans, jars, tubes)

All sorts student- and top-quality paints. Winsor & Newton, Talens, Schmincke, Liquitex

In many instances we'll present all colours of the brand, sometimes we choose from the offer:
The idea dat jou can mix all colours from the three primary colours is alas incorrect. For opposing colours neutralize each other. Therefore we use the following logic for presenting them. 

The first 8 colours are spectral-colours completed with black and white. You could see them as immaterial colours (synthetic organic). We've divided them as much equally around the colourwheel. This will be perfectly fit for starting and advanced painters. (And if the offer of the supplier extends will also present:)
The next 8 coloursare the earth-colours presented from dark to light, completd with extra (transparent) white and an extra black if possible. You could see these colours as material (natural organic). They provide a specific material warmth that is not possible to obtain with the spectral colours.
• The next 8 colours are the primary and the secundary colours completed with gold en silver. You could think of Johannes Itten of the Bauhaus. These colours contain as much metallic salts as possible (natural or synthetic inorganic). Therefore these are extremely lightfast and stay warm over a long period of time. But !TAKE CARE! they may be toxic!)
• The next 8 colours contain e.g. the process-colours, Cyaan, Magenta, Yellow, and can be usefull for (silkscreen)printers, completed with specific colours for the professional painter who needs specific transparancies and colours like Sap Green, Turquoise specific oranges, reds and violets.