Enamel Oil Paints


  • Regular
  • Base/Super White
  • Signal Red/Golden Yellow
  • PO Red/Buzz Green
  • All other shades
  • Premium
  • Base/Super White
  • Signal Red/Golden Yellow
  • PO Red/Buzz Green
  • All other shades

  • Hamilton Synthetic Enamel Paint Premium
  • Comes in two different categories:-
  • Regular
  • Premium
  • Packing:
  • 20ltr, 4ltr, 1ltr, 500ml

Enamel paint is a term that is used to reference a paint with a hard, glossy and opaque finish. In actuality, the term “enamel paint” does not necessarily have a generally accepted or standardized definition, but historically, enamel paint has been used to refer to any type of enamel paint that is oil based and with a considerably glossy finish. However, due to the rising popularity of latex and water based paints, the term enamel paint has since evolved to refer to a hard surfaced paint with a high gloss finish. In addition, the term is used to refer to enamel paint brands that are high in quality.
Commercial enamel paints have been used in artwork by many famous artists over the years. Pablo Picasso is one such artist who is known to have used a commercial paint by the name of “Ripolin” that is not even meant for use in artwork. Sidney Nolan is another artist who used enamel paints in his work. One such piece that he created using enamel paint is “The Trial” dating back to 1947. Hermann-Paul is yet another artist known to have use enamel paints in his work. Due to this preference of enamel paint by artists, some manufacturers have made available enamel paints that are distinctively for use in the art world.

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