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2010 New York Central Art Supply General Catalog

2010 New York Central Art Supply General Catalog

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New York Central Art Supply, an historic art supply store in New York City that has been providing artists with materials since 195, is pleased to present our 2010 General Art Supply catalog.
New York Central Art Supply, an historic art supply store in New York City that has been providing artists with materials since 195, is pleased to present our 2010 General Art Supply catalog.

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May 2010
 
Contents
Oil Colors and Oil Painting Mediums 2-18Paint Sticks 16-17Watersoluble Oil Colors 18Mineral Spirit Acrylics / Conservation Paints 19Japan Colors / Lettering Enamel 20Glass Paints 20Casein 21 Alkyd Colors 21Encaustics 22Egg Tempera 23Linseed & Oils for Painting 24Solvents & Driers 25Varnishes 26-27Oil Painting Restoration 27 Acrylic Paints and Mediums 28-46Faux Finish & Finishing Solutions 44-46Painting Knives 47-49Watercolors 50-56Graphic Art Products 56Gouache 57-59 Animation Colors and Supplies 61Photo-Retouch Colors 61Palettes 62-63 Airbrushes, Compressors & Sprayers 64-65
Projectors & Magniers 66
Brush Cleaners & Totes 67Brushes 68-105Gilding Supplies 106-109Dry Pigments 110-112Soft Pastels 114-117Oil Pastels 118Fixatives 119Drawing Pencils & Charcoal 120-127Erasers 122Drawing Inks & Pens 128-137Compass & Ruling Pens 138-139Rulers, T-Squares, Drawing Tools 140-141Portfolios & Presentation 142-145Printmaking Supplies 146-156 Acetate & Mylar Films 157Knives, Blades & Scissors 157-162Tapes & Adhesives 163-165Model Making & Sculpture 165-170Textile Painting & Dyeing Supplies 170-172Custom Stretching at New York Central 173Canvas 174-179Stretcher Bars 180Pre-Stretched Canvases 181Painting Panels 182-183Primers and Stretching Tools 184-186Easels 187-193Framing 195-196Index 197-199Ordering Information 199Numerical Brush Index 200
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May 2010Call Toll Free
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Bocx Began Os
Developed in 1865 by Belgian chemist, Jacques Blockx, these colorsare still manuactured by the Blockx amily ollowing original ormulas. Specially selected, lightast pigments are slowly ground inpure poppyseed or linseed oil on stone mills without llers to assuretheir brilliance and clarity o color. Pigment concentrations are alwaystaken as ar as possible without sacricing a sot, buttery consistency.Salvador Dali wrote o Monsieur Blockx, “Tis gentleman, who hasnever painted, will give more to the painters o tomorrow than all o usmodern painters taken together.”
Coo Sees
 Aureolin ............................................9Baryum Yellow ..................................4Blockx Blue ......................................5Blockx Green ....................................5Brilliant Yellow Deep .........................2Brilliant Yellow Light .........................2Brownish Grey ..................................2Brown Ochre Light ...........................1Brown Ochre ....................................1Burnt Sienna Deep ...........................1Burnt Sienna Light ............................1Burnt Umber .....................................1Cadmium Green Deep ......................7Cadmium Green Pale .......................7Cadmium Purple...............................8Cadmium Red ..................................8Cadmium Red Orange......................8Cadmium Yellow Pale .......................7Cadmium Yellow Light ......................7Cadmium Yellow Medium .................7Cadmium Yellow Deep .....................7Cadmium Yellow Orange ..................8Capucine Yellow Light ......................4Capucine Yellow Deep .....................4Carmine ............................................4Cassel Earth .....................................1Cerulean Blue ...................................6Cinnabar Green ................................1Cobalt Blue .......................................6Cobalt Blue Dark ..............................6Cobalt Green Light ...........................6Cobalt Violet .....................................9
Coo Sees
Cobalt Violet Deep............................9Crimson Lake ...................................4Dioxazine Mauve ..............................4French Ultramarine Blue Light ..........2French Ultramarine Blue Deep .........2Golden Green ...................................5Gold Ochre .......................................1Green Earth (Terre Verte) ..................1Indanthrene Blue ..............................7Indian Yellow.....................................5Indigo................................................2Italian Earth .......................................1Ivory Black ........................................1Lamoriniere Green ............................5Lemon Yellow ...................................6Light Red (English)...........................1Magenta ...........................................4Manganese Blue ...............................5Manganese Violet .............................5Mars Black .......................................3Mars Brown ......................................3Mars Red ..........................................3Mars Violet ........................................3Mars Yellow ......................................3Mars Yellow Orange .........................3Mixed Green Deep (Compose) .........6Mixed Green Light (Compose) .........4Naples Yellow ...................................4Naples Yellow Reddish .....................4Nickel Yellow ....................................5Payne’s Grey ....................................2Phthalo Green...................................5
Coo Sees
Primary Blue .....................................4Primary Yellow ..................................5Pyrollo Red .......................................7Pyrollo Vermilion ...............................5Rose Lake.........................................4Rose Madder Pale ............................4Thaline Blue (Sevres) ........................4Thaline Green (Sevres)......................4Transparent Brown ...........................4Transparent Mars Brown ..................2Transparent Mars Red ......................2Transparent Mars Yellow ..................2Turquoise Blue ..................................6Turquoise Green ...............................6Ultramarine Violet .............................2Venetian Red ....................................1Veronese Green ................................4Viridian (Emerald Green) ...................8Vine Black .........................................1Yellow Ochre.....................................1
35m Studo Tubes lst Sae
Series 1.....................17.90
14.32
Series 2.....................22.24
17.79
Series 3.....................17.90
14.32
Series 4.....................30.60
24.48
Series 5.....................36.13
28.90
Series 6.....................68.68
54.94
Series 7.....................51.21
40.97
Series 8.....................68.68
54.94
Series 9...................109.58
87.66
Seectng O Coos …
New York Central is proud to oer many o the world’s nest oil paints. Our selection o oil colors includes paints that ollow thetraditional recipes handed down by European master colormen as well as those that use recently developed pigments and binders. Te purest oil colors are those with the highest ratio o pigment tooil with no llers. Tese concentrated colors are prized by painters who like to work with the addition o a medium, create transparent glazes, or work in gradual layers. I used directly rom the tube without an additive, highly pigmented colors may be dicult to handle, dry unevenly or without luster. For this reason, somebrands may add resins to enhance the depth o color or to increaseluminosity. Te best manuacturers produce a paint that is pleasant to handle yet remains true to the nature o each pigment.Some manuacturers add a ller to maintain an even consistency throughout their range. Te amount added is a determining actor in the quality o the paint. Fillers will 
r
educe the tinting strengtho the color yet do not reduce the permanency o the paint lms.Due to the high cost o pigments and ne oils, many ‘economy’grade paints use more ller and less pigment. As there arenow ways to produce reasonably priced lightast pigmentsand oils, it is possible to nd densely pigmented paints at lower cost. Painters who work very large oten use theseor underpainting and then nish paintings with truecobalts, ceruleans or cadmiums. Ater all, there is nosubstitute or the real thing! Whether you are an avid an o one brand, like to pick and choose your avorite colors rom several sources,or have specic project needs, you are sure to nd bothquality and satisaction on these pages.
Bocx Whtes
115m #11 Tubes lst Sae
Flake White ...............71.46
57.17
Mixed White .............54.25
43.40
Titanium White..........45.85
36.68
Zinc White ................54.25
43.40200m Tubes lst Sae
Flake White .............114.14
91.31
Mixed White .............86.37
69.10
Titanium White..........77.75
62.20
Zinc White ................86.37
69.10
Bocx Ambe Vansh
Pure amber resin dissolved withoutadditives used by Flemish masters. Amber gives paint a vibrant lustre
and imparts a hard, durable lm. Alsoused as a nal varnish for oil paintingas well as ne musical instruments.
Sze lst Sae
10 ml. .....................228.22
182.58

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