Liquitex Painting Supplies

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  1. Liquitex Heavy Body Acrylic 59ml

    From £4.35 Save up to 41%

    From £0.07 per ml

    Available in 100 colours
  2. Liquitex Heavybody Classic Set of 12 59ml

    RRP: £84.00 £29.95 Save 64%

    From £0.04 per ml

  3. Liquitex Ink

    From £4.10 Save up to 25%

    From £0.14 per ml

    Available in 29 colours
     & 2 sizes
  4. Liquitex Basics Set of 48 22ml

    RRP: £49.99 £34.95 Save 30%

    From £0.03 per ml

  5. Liquitex Spray Paint 400ml

    From £7.50 Save up to 12%

    Available in 100 colours
  6. Liquitex Paint Marker

    £6.95

    Available in 50 colours
     & 2 sizes
  7. Liquitex Paint Marker

    £3.95

    Available in 50 colours
     & 2 sizes
  8. Liquitex Marker Tin Set of 14

    RRP: £64.30 £49.95 Save 22%

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  9. Liquitex Soft Body Acrylic

    From £4.35 Save up to 41%

    From £0.05 per ml

    Available in 47 colours
     & 2 sizes
  10. Liquitex Basics Acrylic 22ml Set of 36

    RRP: £44.99 £27.50 Save 39%

    From £0.03 per ml

  11. Liquitex Basics Acrylic 4x75ml & 1x118ml Assorted Colours Set of 5

    RRP: £23.99 £14.95 Save 38%

    From £0.04 per ml

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  12. Liquitex Basics Set of 12 22ml

    RRP: £16.50 £12.95 Save 22%

    From £0.05 per ml

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  13. Liquitex Intermixibility Trial Box

    RRP: £11.99 £4.95 Save 59%

  14. Liquitex Large Palette Knife

    £10.50

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  15. Liquitex Clear Gesso

    From £10.95 Save up to 14%

    From £0.03 per ml

    Available in 3 sizes
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  16. Liquitex Spray Paint Assorted Nozzle Pack

    £4.25

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  17. Liquitex Spray Paint Standard Nozzle Pack

    £4.25

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  18. Liquitex Fine Marker Set of 6

    £19.95

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Liquitex Painting Supplies

Liquitex introduced the very first water-based acrylic paint, in 1955, and has not stopped innovating since. Originally known as Permanent Pigments, the company responded to the success of its invention by compounding the words “liquid” and “texture” to form its new name. Its history has continued to be a catalogue of firsts, from the first acrylic gloss and matt mediums, and the first acrylic hue colours, to the first iridescent acrylics. The choice of both Andy Warhol and David Hockney, it remains the leading name in acrylics to this day, with the largest range of colours, mediums and tools, at a variety of price levels and with an admirable devotion to quality and consistency across the board. It also continues to break new ground, as demonstrated by the introduction of its new low-odour, water-based Artists’ Acrylic Spray Paint range.