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Title: Michael Harding paints
Post by: Nicholas Ball on January 16, 2016, 03:05:35 PM
Great paints and good colours. A good description of each colour, and effects that each colour can produce. Also where they can be purchased from

www.michaelharding.co.uk



Title: Re: Michael Harding paints
Post by: gerry Larkin on January 16, 2016, 06:48:50 PM
Great Paints!
not the cheapest but they are the best IMHO   8)
Title: Re: Michael Harding paints
Post by: Julia Kehle on January 17, 2016, 07:21:11 AM
Oh thank you so much for this Adress!! That is what I am surching such a long time. Actually I did plan to mix my own Oilcolours, but there is not the Time for doing everything. So Mr.harding is not using any fillingstuff to stretch the color, did I understood that right? Highest Quality?
Cheers, Julia


Title: Re: Michael Harding paints
Post by: Nicholas Ball on January 17, 2016, 09:27:19 AM
Hi Julia,

That is correct, he does not use fillers, the paint is very concerntrated and vibrant. Easily toned down with Paynes Grey. He also makes some of the older colours that others no longer make.

He does a good starter set, worth trying, I think you will be very pleased with them
Title: Re: Michael Harding paints
Post by: Brian on January 17, 2016, 12:06:51 PM
I was!!  I use these paints after Nick introduced me to them (-;
Title: Re: Michael Harding paints
Post by: Joerg on January 17, 2016, 12:17:49 PM
@Julia,

as far as I know Gerst├Ącker has shops in Southern Germany.
Prehaps a tip for a weekend trip?
http://suche.gerstaecker.de/search.jsp?query=Michael%20Harding#shop