Excellent for mixing and painting. Dries at a medium speed, favored by the advanced and novice artists. Medium heavy-bodied oil.
Often used to lay in backgrounds, a perfect tinting oil. Dries a bit faster than Media #1. Medium heavy oil, but lighter than Media #1 in weight.
Highly recommended as a general painting medium. Dries hard overnight. A light-bodied medium with average drying time.
A heavy-bodied medium, dries faster than the above media. Good for dusting and tinting on glass.
Heavier than the average medium. Excellent for the advanced artist.
The fastest drying of all the media. Excellent for the "wipe out" technique. Dries hard.
A medium to grind the powdered paints to be placed on the palette. Will hold the colors "open" for an indefinite time. Will blend with Media #1 - Media #6. Will not blend with fat oil and turpentine products.
An agent to thin the mound of paint from the palette to an ink type of paint. To outline or draw with a Crow quill pen. Will dry rapidly. Excellent "flowing" quality.
French Fat Oil
A heavy-bodied medium used for general painting, tinting, and dusting.
Oil of Lavender (pure)
Generally used as a thinning agent in oils and media. A drying agent. Widespread use in thinning of lusters and golds.
Oil of Lavender (imitation)
Often used for thinning media and oils. Do not use with lusters or golds. Lower in cost and dries slower than pure lavender oil.
Oil of Clove (pure)
Generally used to hold the paint "open". Slows the drying time of media and oils. A thinning agent, will dry hard.