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Rowney  cryla colours

                                                        -the most permanent artists medium of all

         Sketching Quick-drying Cryla is perfect for sketching.   Techniques The important  thing  is  to  experiment.  Do  not  be  constricted  by  accepted  techniques.
         Can be mixed with water; will not crack when rolled up.   Apply  Cryla  as  heavy  impasto.  Try  thin  glazes  or  water  colour  washes.  Overpaint  errors.  Keep  Cryla
         Does not dry tacky like many other acrylic paints.   mobile for wet in wet painting by spraying water either on palette or direct on painting. Vary your finishes
                                                    by working in  No.  1  Gloss  Medium or  No.  2  Matt.

                                                                                                                     Made in England by
                                                                                                                       George Rowney
                                                                                                                    & Company Limited,
                                                                                                                     10 11 Percy Street,
                                                                                                                         London W.1.
                                                                                                                 Makers of Artists· Colours
                                                                                                                          since 1789.

                                                                            Murals  Cryla  is  ideal for murals-can
                                                                            be  painted  directly  on  to  plaster  and
                                                                            masonry  without  priming  or  other
                                                                            preparation.  Cryla  colours  are  of  un­
                                                                            paralleled  permanence,  will not  deteri­
                                                                            orate  or  crack  even  in  heavy  impasto.
                                                                            Such paintings  can  be maintained  and
                                                                            cleaned  with  ordinary  soap and  water.
                                                                            Here  Cryla  colours  are  being  used  by
                                                                            Miss  Patricia  Champness for her mural
         Grounds  and  Supports  Cryla  can  be  painted  on  hardboard,  newspaper,  canvas.   at  Bloomsbury  Central  Baptist  Church.
         hessian, cloth, plaster,  etc.-primed or unprimed.


          Rowney cryla  colours·  30colours  in  artists' roll-up tubes
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