Below is an excerpt from the official Lukas Studio pamphet.
An exemplary covering power is ensured through a high concentration of valuable pigments, significantly higher than in typical economic colours.
The pigments used guarantee good levels of light fastness. No colour has a lower light fastness than 6-7 on the international 8-step blue wool scale.
The typical drying time for oil colours straight through all shades amounts on average from 2 to 4 days with thin brushstroke strength (100 to 120 ¿ m).
The exclusive use of high-quality linseed and sunflower oils of pharmaceutical quality guarantee good and even drying of the colours. The risk of cracking of the
surface while the colours are drying is minimised, when used properly.
Sunflower oil is used in the manufacture of pale shades to greatly reduce the traditional "yellowing" that occurs when made with linseed. The famous "buttery" consistency of Lukas Oil colours is achieved by only using real Bees Wax during manufacturing.
The range has a well balanced colour spectrum of 48 colours. It offers the ideal opportunity to work in the area of the creative-artistic oil painting. The range
allows painting directly from the tube with a fine nuance.
LUKAS Studio Oil colour can be mixed with all of the LUKAS Oil colours (LUKAS 1862 oil colour, LUKAS Basics oil colour or LUKAS Berlin water mixable oil
colour) and with the LUKAS painting mediums for oil colours.
The pamphlet can be found by clicking here.
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