Flashe is a unique range, first developed in 1954.
It has the appearance of old tempera paints, being
matt, velvety and opaque, but encapsulated in a
modern medium. Like acrylic paint Flashe can be
diluted in water but become indelible when dry. It has
many uses including preparing grounds for using oil
or acrylic paints, creation of canvas paintings, theatre
sets, advertising decors, thumbnail sketches or trompe