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Nicholson's Peerless Transparent Watercolors were created in 1885 to hand tint commercial packaging and are now handmade in Wisconsin using the same age-old technique that was developed in 1885. While Peerless Colors are still used today to hand tint photography, they are now popular for adding vibrant, beautiful colors to your watercolor pieces, journals, stamped images, zentangles and so much more!
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Nicholson's Peerless Transparent Watercolors were created in 1885 to hand tint commercial packaging. In the early 1900's, Chas. F. Nicholson joined efforts with Eastman Kodak in providing a method to hand tint black and white photography. Peerless Colors are still used today to hand tint photography.

There are no official lightfastness tests performed for Nicholson's Peerless Transparent Watercolors. If you are curious as to how our colors stand up to others, you may want to consider performing your own lightfastness test comparing our colors to your current favorite watercolor paints.