Hansa Yellow Medium, DANIEL SMITH Extra Fine Watercolors 5ml Tubes -
Hansa Yellow Medium, DANIEL SMITH Extra Fine Watercolors 5ml Tubes -

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Hansa Yellow Medium, DANIEL SMITH Extra Fine Watercolors 5ml Tubes

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Hansa Yellow Medium is a high-tinting, semi-transparent organic pigment. Considered the 'perfect yellow', Hansa Yellow Medium offers more control when mixing. Painters admire the purity of this primary pigment and adjust its temperature while avoiding a gray from a hidden complement. Think of a yellow pepper.

Features:
  • ASTM Lightfastness Rating: Excellent
  • Transparency: Semi-Transparent
  • Granulating: No
  • Staining: Low


For over 30 years, DANIEL SMITH paints have been formulated, produced and packaged in Seattle. When you use a DANIEL SMITH product, you support a community whose passion for color and quality has fueled some of the most inventive developments in the art materials industry.
COLOR:
Yellow
FINISH:
Semi-Transparent
TYPE:
Watercolor
Hansa Yellow Medium is a high-tinting, semi-transparent organic pigment. Considered the 'perfect yellow', Hansa Yellow Medium offers more control when mixing. Painters admire the purity of this primary pigment and adjust its temperature while avoiding a gray from a hidden complement. Think of a yellow pepper.

Features:
  • ASTM Lightfastness Rating: Excellent
  • Transparency: Semi-Transparent
  • Granulating: No
  • Staining: Low


For over 30 years, DANIEL SMITH paints have been formulated, produced and packaged in Seattle. When you use a DANIEL SMITH product, you support a community whose passion for color and quality has fueled some of the most inventive developments in the art materials industry.
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COLOR:
Yellow
FINISH:
Semi-Transparent
TYPE:
Watercolor

Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    Warmer than expected

    Since Hansa Yellow Light is so lemony and cool, I really expected Hansa Yellow Medium to have a similar character. Instead it's fairly warm in comparison, sitting just to the cool side of New Gamboge. It's a good color, but somewhat redundant in my palette when I have New Gamboge.

    Posted by Unknown on 1st Dec 2020