When it comes to watercolor painting, calligraphy, and heraldry art, one of my absolute favorite blue pigments to work with is Genuine Lapis Lazuli. Through the years, I have been fortunate to have found a number of Genuine Lapis Lazuli Watercolors that worked excellently for a world of applications. If you’ve never worked with Lapis Lazuli pigments, this video is for you. Moreover, if you are at the early stages of exploring this precious pigment, you will find this short film useful as well. Watch the video below to explore Lapis Lazuli Watercolors from Daniel Smith, Michael Harding Watercolours, and A. Gallo. Artisanal Lapis Lazuli watercolor brands featured include Roman Szmal, Poems About You, Jazper Stardust, and Prodigal Son’s Pigments. The highlight of this film is the special appearance of Fra Angelico Blue Watercolor from Della Magna Watercolors.
Genuine Lapis Lazuli Watercolors, including Fra Angelico Blue
Worth mentioning also is the fact that all these watercolors are professional-grade. Today, Della Magna produces what is perhaps the most exquisite Fra Angelico Blue Watercolor in the market. Down the road, I will also be featuring this rare blue watercolor on my channel.
Genuine Lapis Lazuli Watercolors Featured
SPECIAL NOTE. Writing in progress. I will be adding more information including still images of Genuine Lapis Lazuli swatches here soon.
Most of the brands shown here are available through some of the most known art supply shops in the world including Blick Art Materials and Jackson’s Art Supplies. However, I encourage you to kindly support the handmade watercolor brands covered in this film. You may do so by buying Lapis Lazuli Watercolors on their respective websites or Etsy shops. Sharing the link to this article or the video to your friends and family will also spread the word about these creative studios.
If you’re interested in heritage and rare watercolors, this video playlist on Della Magna Watercolors is a great place to start. It is an artisanal handmade watercolor studio that is based in Florence, Italy.