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Sennelier Oil Pastels & Watercolours

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  1. Sennelier Watercolour Metal Box Half Pan Classic Set of 48

    RRP: £219.95 £148.95

  2. Sennelier Watercolour Metal Box Half Pan Pocket Set of 12

    RRP: £58.95 £42.50

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  3. Sennelier Abstract Acrylic Paint

    From £2.95

    From £0.02 per ml

    Available in 60 colours
     & 2 sizes
  4. Sennelier Abstract Primary Colours 120ml Set of 5

    RRP: £21.25 £14.50

    From £0.02 per ml

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  5. Sennelier Paris Collection Soft Half Pastel Set of 120

    RRP: £144.95 £99.95

  6. Sennelier Single Soft Pastels

    From £2.51

    Available in 78 colours
  7. Sennelier Oil Pastel Wooden Box Set of 120

    RRP: £259.95 £175.00

  8. Sennelier Soft Pastel Wooden Box Set of 36

    RRP: £99.95 £69.95

  9. Sennelier Extra Fine Oil Stick

    From £5.75

    Available in 55 colours
     & 2 sizes
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  10. Sennelier Oil Pastel Wooden Box Set of 50

    RRP: £124.95 £92.95

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  11. Sennelier Soft Pastel Classic Wooden Box Set of 50

    RRP: £179.95 £139.95

  12. Sennelier Soft Pastel Wooden Box Landscape Set of 100

    RRP: £334.95 £249.95

  13. Sennelier Soft Pastel Set of 24

    RRP: £62.95 £47.50

  14. Sennelier Soft Half Pastels Set of 30

    RRP: £42.50 £27.50

  15. Sennelier Soft Half Pastels Set of 30

    RRP: £42.50 £33.95

  16. Sennelier Soft Half Pastels Set of 30

    RRP: £42.50 £33.95

  17. Sennelier Soft Half Pastel Set of 40

    RRP: £52.95 £41.95

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  18. Sennelier Soft Half Pastel Set of 80

    RRP: £99.95 £69.95

  19. Sennelier Basic Oil Stick 38ml Assorted Colours Set of 6

    RRP: £36.95 £29.50

    From £0.13 per ml

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  20. Sennelier Wooden Box Oil Stick 38ml Set of 36

    RRP: £329.95 £227.00

    From £0.18 per ml

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Sennelier Oil Pastels & Watercolours

This French brand began in the late 19th century under Gustave Sennelier. It was his habit to collect pigments and binders from all across Europe and then to mix them back in his shop in Paris, where he soon attracted the most demanding of customers, including Cézanne, Gauguin, Soutine and Van Gogh. Gustave was a master colourmaker but it was his son Henri who, in 1949, was tasked by Pablo Picasso with creating a vehicle for colours that could be applied direct to a range of surfaces, and came up with the first oil pastel. Although Sennelier continues to make watercolours, acrylics, gouache and more, these creamy-textured, highly pigmented pastels remain the company’s lasting legacy, as anyone who has used them will understand.