Samuel Prout Drawing Ink
Prepared from brown coal, a basic form of Van Dyke Brown pigment, that is dissolved to a brown stain with distilled water. Makes beautiful gentle brown washes when diluted further with water. From an 18th Century recipe by the English watercolourist Samuel Prout.
The plant material is bound in a gel paste of Gum Arabic with preservative.
Brazil Wood The plant material is bound in a gel paste of Gum Arabic with preservative.
Wallace Seymour Paris Blue Liquid Ink
Prepared with Paris Blue pigment (water-soluble) immersed into gum arabic binder.
Prepared from oak-galls, collected in the Essex countryside during Springtime. The oak-galls are reacted into an iron solution to give a soft brown-black solution, which is then bound in a gel paste of Gum Arabic with preservative.