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Linseed Oil

by Grumbacher

Artists' oil painting medium. The basic choice for many artists. Improves flow and increases gloss. Use to make traditional oil mediums. Add directly to paint or thin with Grumtine or other solvent.

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Linseed Oil

by Grumbacher

Average User Rating: Based on (3 Reviews)

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Lacey P. from Baton Rouge, LA says:

Thinner than boiled linseed oil, I'm not sure which I like better. Be careful when adding this medium to oil paints as it does tend to make them runny.

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What does linseed oil do for acrylic paintings? What does it do for all paintings?

- Asked by Christie Pullman on 28-May-13

Linseed oil is used as a thinner for oil paintings. It is not intended for use with acrylic paint.

- Answered by MisterArt on 28-May-13

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Rated by: Lacey P. in Baton Rouge, LA
Thinner than boiled linseed oil, I'm not sure which I like better. Be careful when adding this medium to oil paints as it does tend to make them runny.
Rated by: Teresa C. in tucson, AZ
Very nice to work with. Great value
Rated by: Pat R. in Bonifay, FL
I have tried many different brands of linseed oil. In my opinion, Grumbacher is the best for my oil painting. Thank you Mister Art for sending my items out quickly!

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