Flashe on Krink canvas board
12 x 16 inches (30.48 x 40.64 cm)
Extra-fine vinyl emulsion paint.
In the 1950s, Lefranc Bourgeois developed the iconic Flashe paint, the first vinyl colour and an alternative to traditional art supplies. Its multi-medium grip enabled artists to escape the constraints of their studio or canvas. Its unique pigmentation and matt finish transforms the artist’s experience. The colour is PURE and adaptable. The pigments create indelible marks on each canvas and space.
Flashe is much more than a matt acrylic paint. It liberates pigment intensity and luminosity in matt colours. The painter can then create and express themselves without being constrained by colour, space or time, finding joy in painting and spontaneity in their movements.
Archival canvas boards. Canvas is primed with acid-free acrylic gesso, mounted on acid-free board.