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Langridge Damar Varnish is made from a traditional recipe as a final picture varnish and as a constituent of artists’ oil and egg tempera mediums. Langridge Damar Varnish imparts clarity and depth when applied to fully dried oil paint films. Dries hard and clear. Dries to a satin-gloss finish. As an Ingredient in artists’ mediums Langridge Damar Varnish can be used as the varnish component in oil glaze mediums to add luminosity to oil colour.

A basic formula for making a glaze medium is:

1 part each of Stand Oil, Distilled Gum Turpentine and Langridge Damar Varnish. Mix together.

Add cobalt driers, if desired, to accelerate the drying rate as Stand Oil is slow drying.

Do not make glaze mediums using Langridge Damar Varnish where the solvent content is not Distilled Gum Turpentine. Petrolleum Distillate based solvents  will lead to a slow drying oil film.


Damar Resin, Distilled Gum Turpentine, Methylated Spirits (100%).

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