Gouache

 

Like watercolours, gouache is a water-soluble "tempera" paint. The main difference between the two is that gouache is opaque. Its use in schools has often wrongly given it the reputation of a medium reserved for children and students. Famous artists such as Raoul Dufy have shown otherwise. The opacity of gouache has made full use of Pebeo's range of pigment-rich paints. The surface coverage of gouache along with its resistance to light and its velvety matte finish will delight adult artists as well as children! 

 

La gouache

Rich in pigments and very opaque, T7 is a very high quality extra-fine gouache. 

La gouache

Developed for students and professionals alike, the colours are intense and lively and retain their brilliance after drying.