Daler-Rowney art supplies company draws on over 200 years of experience. The oldest of the two halves, Rowney was founded in the 18th century, supplying artists’ colours to customers including Constable and Turner. The company made important innovations in both oil and watercolours and in 1963 was the first to introduce a range of artists’ acrylics. The second, The Daler Board Company, began in 1945, creating canvas substitutes in response to post-war shortages before expanding into a range of artists’ materials. The combined expertise of these two brands has grown ever since, and the combined company now exports to more than 90 countries. Cass Art stocks many Daler-Rowney ranges, including Georgian and Graduate oil colours, System 3 and Graduate acrylics, Cachet sketching books and pads, Canford paper and card and Langton and Murano paper.