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Winsor & Newton Professional Water Colour Paint, Half Pan, Burnt Sienna Half Pan Burnt Sienna

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The finest water colour offering the widest choice of pigments & the highest possible permanence
Series: 1 / Colour Code: 074 / Colour Index: PR 101
Permanence: AA / Opacity: Transparent
Includes a half pan of Winsor & Newton Professional Water Colour
Conforms to ASTM D4236

$20.90

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Winsor & Newton Professional Water Colour offers artists the widest and most balanced choice of pigments with the greatest possible permanence. The brilliance, transparency, and purity of colour is unparalleled to any other water colour. Since 1832 when Henry Newton and William Winsor introduced the first moist water colours to the world, much of our reputation for supreme quality has stemmed from the Professional Water Colour range. Since then Professional Water Colour continues to be formulated and manufactured according to our founding principles. Each colour within this wide and balanced spectrum of 96 colours, has been selected and formulated to offer the greatest choice so that artists can use a unique palette that best suits their work. Burnt Sienna is a rich brown pigment made by burning Raw Sienna. Named after Siena in Italy, where the pigment was sourced during the Renaissance, it is a transparent pigment with red-brown tones.

Specification: Winsor & Newton Professional Water Colour Paint, Half Pan, Burnt Sienna Half Pan Burnt Sienna

Weight 0.32 lbs
Dimensions 0.75 × 0.63 × 0.43 in

65 reviews for Winsor & Newton Professional Water Colour Paint, Half Pan, Burnt Sienna Half Pan Burnt Sienna

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  1. Cat Pavey

    This is a bright, clear and transparent colour, with a lightfastness rating of A. I have never used pan colours before, only tubes, so I was pleased at how easily the block of colour wetted, and released paint onto my brush. It spreads easily with good coverage, and the colour is beautiful. No granulation, and mixed well with other colours.Read more

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  2. John Oddie

    When you first open the tube the paint looks like brown mud. BUT when you spread it it becomes a lovely rich yellow brassy gold you can paint trumpets with. Spooky! Like Harry Potter.Read more

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  3. TooManyBoxes

    If you know the difference between Winsor Newton “Professional” and “Cotman” then you know one (Cotman) is cheap beginner grade an the other (Professional) is a much better quality that cost much more. Now if you can do simple math, you know that 8ml is much less than 14ml. So I ordered $14.00 WN Proffesional 14ml and got 8ml of WN Cotman. Classic Bait and Switch.Read more

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  4. ShoppingFL

    I expected a new tube of paint. The tube was clearly opened, creased from someone squeezing out paint, with paint smeared around the cap.Read more

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  5. Student

    I started with WN Cotman student watercolor paints. Good, but I did not understand mixing problems, learned about paint and tried single pigment M. Graham paint on a reccomendation over more expensive WN Professional paint. I like them very much. Took a class based on WN pro paint and bout a set for the class. WN Pro paint is very nice, but I find I prefer my M. Graham paints. The colors are every bit as good or better, and they wet better. WN paints are dryer. Not a big deal, but not my style. Add the higher cost of WN, and I go back to M. Graham.Read more

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  6. Vivi

    I ordered a half pan of Neutral Tint because I didn’t want to add a harsh black to my palette. The paint rewets beautifully and the color is vibrant. It can be built up to a dark black if need be. I’m giving this 4 stars because of the price and didn’t know better when I bought it. I purchased the half pan for over $10. Buying a larger tube from a local art store would be more economical. Amazon prices are great for when buying paint sets but if you’re planning on buying individual colors, it’s better to go to your local shop.Read more

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  7. bluestategirl

    I used to love the Winsor & Newton brand, but they’ve either changed their formulation or I got a very bad tube. When I opened the tube, the first three squeezes were of a sticky clear liquid — the binding agent I assumed. I figured it would settle down once the binder was squeezed out. Nope. This color never settled down and remained sticky and clumpy, even drying clumpy on my pallette. No matter how much water I use to thin it, it made the Arches hot press I was using pill up — and then left a darker pigment on every pill, even when dry. It was impossible to get a smooth wash with this very expensive color — at least from the tube I bought here on Amazon. Too much money to be wasting on a tube of paint that can’t be used. M. Graham it is.Read more

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  8. Alice Carter

    I ordered this half pan to go in one of the extra spaces in my palette containing Sennelier and Van Gogh watercolors. I was very excited about the beautiful shade of green that invoked images of cacti in my mind… but I am honestly quite disappointed with the consistency/translucency of this particular color. I don’t mind some translucency or even a faintness in color … but the issue is that this one cannot even be built up to a thicker wash. When mixing with other colors it doesn’t really even show up. The consistency seems very different from my other watercolors (Sennelier, Van Gogh, Daniel Smith, and Prima Marketing Watercolor Confections)… more “slimy” all though I don’t know if that’s the best way to describe it. It just lays on the paper different and doesn’t mix well. I doubt this is true of all Windsor & Newton watercolors (I have some of their inks and find them to be spectacular)… so I really think it is just this shade. In all honesty, I wouldn’t buy it again. I would go with a Daniel Smith Primatek green instead.Read more

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  9. Heather Murray

    I used a quarter of a tube and a half an hour and could still barely see anything on my paper of the Terre Verte blue shade watercolor and the Terre Verte yellow shade watercolor. One dip into my colors for other brands washed over my palette and page so I won’t be risking this brand again. I have never used white in my watercolors and I did try for the first time the titanium white, it tints any color nicely into a guache-like mixture. So just be aware of whether you do or do not want that effect. I found it opened a new creative spot.Read more

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  10. Derek MacInnis

    The paint seems fine. However, the tube was pushed in, so guess what happened when I opened it? An unstoppable outflow of paint. That might be okay with a larger tube, but when you lose lima bean size dollop of paint from a teeny tiny tube (5ml), that’s a significant waste. I wish more care had been taken with the tube packaging. Still, there should be enough left for my project needs. Again, the paint looks to be just as advertised. And it’s made in France, as opposed to the dry paints from W&N, which are made in China.Read more

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  11. carol Staffordshire

    I like Winsor and Newton watercolours. This one is professional quality, but still seems expensive. However, the colour is somewhat darker, and less pink and exciting, than I expected. Not done much with it yet, but I think it might be good to use with some buildings. Maybe even portraits. Upon quick test, I suspect that it might be a granulation colour, or give some interesting, if unintentional effects. But time will tell. Only done quick sample yet, so not used it in anger as yet.Read more

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  12. CC Lee

    I bought a selection of these all at once, about 13, all from the professional range and I’m seriously impressed. I’ll leave the same review on all of the tubes I bought on Amazon, since my thoughts about them all are the same. I bought: Lemon Yellow, Cadmium Orange, Cadmium Red, Quinacridone Magenta, Cobalt Violet, Winsor Violet (Dioxaxzine), Cobalt Turquoise, Winsor Blue (Red Shade), Potter’s Pink, Hooker’s Green, Titanium White, Payne’s Grey and Burnt Umber. TL;DR: To put it simply, these are a huge step up from student-grade watercolours and in particular, W&N’s Cotman range. For professional work, get these. For hobby, non-serious work, buy the Cotman range, they’re cheaper. I was taking at art school using their Cotman range and started losing my passion for both art and watercolours, questioning my skill. I wanted to paint vibrant images but no matter how much paint I used, the image always dried with dull colours and it began to make me feel like I had to be inadequate at painting for this to be the issue – yet deep down I considered that it may be my materials. After researching watercolours more technically I decided I was using a cheaper variation of what I really required. If you’re painting for a non-serious hobby, or with light pastels mainly, you should stick to student-grade paints because they’re far more affordable. But if you are considering presenting your work, gifting or selling it and require deeper, brighter shades, I would give these a chance. The colours are so much more vibrant than student-grades, they dry the same shade as the swatch on the tube which is helpful and buying these has reinvigorated my love for watercolours. I no longer feel like my work is suffering. These are really expensive, admittedly but they’re so bright and thick that a little bit can spread very far, making them worth the price. I would gladly spend a fiver per tube for their amazing quality. I have one issue with the paints and it’s minor. When I opened my Cadmium Orange shade, it was almost all water and about 1/3 of the tube paint – that being said the colour is so lovely and the paint is itself so thick that it is lasting me a long while. However, it seems to be a manufacturing failure that so much paint is missing from the tube. At least if you buy in stores, you can check to see if the paints are watery or have been squeezed out before you buy them as they do not come packaged, they arrive exactly as in the picture, in a box or envelope. One great thing about these paints, a direct link to their quality over student-grade paints is that they are so thick they can be used like gouache paints. I love gouache and I’m glad I bought these first as I was initially just going to buy any other random set of watercolours plus some gouaches. These double as both depending on how much you thin with water. I bought all of the tubes separately. On some obscure parts of Amazon, or on W&N’s own website, they sell a set. The average basic rainbow colours you’ll find in any set. I wanted to pick the shades myself and I’m glad I did. However, I’m not sure if this is true to the nature of some of the colours or another manufacturing issue – some of the colours are slightly more grainy than the others. For example, my Lemon Yellow and Orange are buttery smooth but my Cobalt Violet is slightly bitty/gritty and while it will mix smooth eventually, it takes longer to mix it with other shades thoroughly. Also, W&N have their own guide about how saturated/transparent each colour is and there is a difference between some of the shades as shown when I made a mixing chart. Some are really opaque but easily mixed like my Cadmium Red, others are more on the transparent side like my Lemon Yellow or Hooker’s Green. But they’re very easy to work with. Overall, I’m very pleased. These colours are fantastic, the range is great, it is a bit pricy but my artwork looks great as a result.Read more

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  13. carol Staffordshire

    I like Winsor and Newton colours. This tube is very small, but it’s ok to try to see if you like it, or if you are not going to use lots of it. I find the tops rather fiddling on this size. But the colour, having done a test square, does look nice and rich, and I will use it all, so maybe look for a larger tube next time.Read more

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  14. Cat Pavey

    This is a bright, clear and transparent colour, with a lightfastness rating of A. I have never used pan colours before, only tubes, so I was pleased at how easily the block of colour wetted, and released paint onto my brush. It spreads easily with good coverage, and the colour is beautiful. No granulation, and mixed well with other colours.Read more

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  15. John Oddie

    When you first open the tube the paint looks like brown mud. BUT when you spread it it becomes a lovely rich yellow brassy gold you can paint trumpets with. Spooky! Like Harry Potter.Read more

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