• M. Graham vs. Holbein Gouache

    4 monthes ago - By Paolo Rivera

    SPIDER-MAN. 2017. Ink & watercolor on paper, 9 × 12″.
    I was recently asked if I had a preference between 2 brands of gouache, both of which I use regularly.
    I use Holbein gouache for most paintings (used to paint with Acryla Gouache , an acrylic that dries matte, but now only for impasto passes with white). M. Graham is good for keeping on a watercolor palette because it doesn't dry out and crack as much. They use honey as part of the binder, which might make the difference. I should also say that I prefer the finish of Holbein gouache, which is a true matte. M. Graham leaves a slightly...
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