Celebrating Watercolours painted by King Charles III
"Painting transports me into another dimension which, quite literally, refreshes parts of the soul which other activities can't reach" - King Charles III
The pioneers of modern paint manufacturing, Winsor & Newton developed the first glycerine based watercolour tablet in 1835, providing a rich and clean colour source ideal for outdoor painting. In 1841 Winsor & Newton were awarded their first Royal Warrant by Queen Victoria.
This beautiful 20 piece limited edition watercolour set is a selection of the finest artist's materials, everything needed to recreate the iconic watercolours of Sandringham House painted by HM The King Charles III.
Discover twelve of the finest watercolours; highly pigmented and carefully formulated since 1832 for the lightfastness, and permanence.
This exclusively curated, limited edition set in a quality wooden keepsake box includes:
12 Watercolour Tubes - each colour is formulated with a high concentration of fine art pigments