Daler Rowney Graduate Acrylic Introduction 38ml Set of 10

Product Code: P021954

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£10.95 RRP: £16.99Save 36%

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Daler-Rowney’s Graduate Acrylic Colour set draws on this company’s 150 years of experience in colour-making and is still made in the UK. 

  • Graduate Acrylic Colour is easy to mix, and with high pigment loading and good permanency rating it performs to a consistent standard and provides excellent value.
  • This introductory set contains 10 38ml colours.

Also available as:

Individual Colours


Delivery & Returns

Our delivery charge is based on the largest item in your order, no matter how many items you order. We dispatch orders every working day (ie Mon-Fri, not including Bank Holidays) for all delivery options. 

Next Working Day Delivery 

Order by 2pm Mon-Fri: £7.50

Saturday Delivery

Select our Saturday delivery option any day of the week (by 2pm on Friday) to have your order delivered on the following Saturday: £9.00

Standard Delivery 

Within 3-5 working days: £3.95

Click & Collect 

Free, from Cass Art stores. Available to collect within 2 working days.

Q&A (4)
Q What series are these paints?

These paints are not priced in series numbers as they are beginner/student quality. In the interest of being cost effective, beginner/student quality paints are often made by mixing more economic pigments in order to create ‘hues’ that mimic more expensive pigment.

Q What brush should I use to paint acrylic?

The versatility of acrylic paint means it can be applied in various ways, using either brushes, foam, palette knives and even sponges. The best kind of brush to use depends on the desired outcome. A soft synthetic brush for example will work well for a smooth application of paint, whereas a hard bristled synthetic or hog brush will create a more pronounced brush stroke. Brushes with good ‘spring’ are ideal for use with acrylic paint as they have the strength required to lift the paint.

Q What are the benefits of painting acrylic as oppose to oil or watercolour?

All three types of painting offer very different experiences. Acrylic paint is a versatile media, available in varied forms and viscosities. It can be applied onto many different surfaces and with a variety of mediums, making experimenting with acrylic both easy and satisfying. It is also water mixable and fast drying, which presents the artist with a fuss-free approach to painting.

Q What surface does acrylic paint work best on?

Acrylic paint works best on cotton or linen stretched canvases or canvas board, as these will offer a resistant surface for thick/heavy applications of paint. If you are looking to paint on paper, a paper designed specifically for acrylic painting would suit best. However, theoretically speaking you can still paint directly onto any heavyweight paper as acrylic paint is water based and will not “sink” like oil paints might. Acrylic paint can also be painted onto surfaces such as wood, plastic, metal or brick, just so long as the surface is primed or prepared where suitable.

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22nd January 2015 Reviewed by Rosemary Moore Excellent paint, mixes well and gives good colour.


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29th November 2014 Reviewed by Ann Carr Only used a couple of these so far and had no problems they go along way, would recommend for a beginner like me
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