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Stockmar Opaque Watercolor Paints - In a Tin

Original price $29.00 - Original price $29.00
Original price
$29.00 - $29.00
Current price $29.00
STOCKMAR opaque colors are highly versatile: from opaque painting with rich color planes to precise work with a fine paintbrush, from glazing with several layers of color to delicate watercoloring. You can create interesting accents by combining these opaque colors with water-repellent STOCKMAR wax crayons.

Set Includes:

  • 12  watercolors +
  • White Opaque gauche
  • Brush
  • Tin with Blender pallet


  • STOCKMAR opaque colors are characterized by their high proportion of pigments. This formula ensures intense colors that look bright even when dry. The variations of primary and mixed colors enable nearly unlimited blends of individual colors.


  • Age 3+  Choking Hazard. Not for children under 3 years. Use with appropriate supervision.
  • Made in the Germany
  • CE Certified, Meets or exceeds ASTM, & EN71 standards


Founded by Hans Stockmar in 1922, first with beekeeping products and beeswax candles, then at the urging of art teachers he developed the modelling beeswax. Over time and with Waldorf teachers, Stockmar created other products, most notably the wax crayon, watercolors and wax decorating sheets.

Today Stockmar products are known around the world for their uncompromised quality and production adherence to high pedagogical, artistic, social and environmental standards. They are regularly subjected to testing by independent laboratories in Germany to insure their safety and purity.

Goethe’s Theory of Color

Based on Goethe’s Theory of Color, the color range is consistent throughout the entire Stockmar assortment. Almost all of Stockmar’s art products are available in this wide range of colors which complement each other. Meaning a carmine colored pencil or wax crayon, is the same carmine as the watercolors, modeling beeswax and decorating wax. Therefore the mixing techniques of combining crayons along with watercolors produce a very harmonious effect. This specific choice of colors, the mutual harmony of the individual colors and the excellent mixing capabilities, is what we refer to as the Stockmar Color Harmony.