The range consists of 70 transparent, semi-transparent, semi-opaque and opaque colours. They all have the highest degree of lightfastness (+++) and under museum conditions remain unchanged for at least 100 years.
The range includes 32 mono-pigmented colours (colours in which only one pigment is used, so that when mixing attractive pure colours are created). There are also ten colours based on highly exclusive pigments – such as the cadmiums, cobalts and chromium oxides – and an exceptionally transparent oxide red or yellow.
Note: Actual colors may vary.