Pebeo

Acrylic paints were invented in about 1950 in Mexico. They became quite popular with the emergence of a society of consumers and the Pop Art movement. Acrylics are the most popular paint today because they are easy to dilute with water, they dry quickly and they are resistant to ageing. Pebeo made its mark in the history of acrylics in 1992 with its Studio brand of paints packaged in plastic tubes. These easy-to-use Pebeo acrylics have attracted a constantly growing number of faithful customers.

Specially designed for professionals and students, Pébéo Acrylics Studio High Viscosity is fine, and it is adapted for working with the material on canvas, cardboard, wood, metal…

It retains the brush or spatula marks and it is used pure with acrylic mediums or the Studio Auxiliaries which further broaden the creative possibilities.

The range contains opaque, semi-opaque and transparent colours. A paint's opacity is its ability to hide the underlying surface. A paint colour is opaque when it hides what is underneath, and transparent, if the undercoat can be seen. A painter will choose an opaque or transparent colour, according to the effect they desire.

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