Geneva paint versus M Graham

Who has used Geneva paints and also the M Graham paints?  How do they compare?

what is the drying time that you have experienced with each of them for a painting?



  • I think I've managed to answer my own question.  After some googling, it looks like the Geneva paint takes 1.5 to 2 times as long to dry.  Up to about ten days.  It also appears that the drying time of the Geneva is more consistent from color to color.  

    The M Graham paints look like a fair runner up for slow drying.

    This question was mainly out of curiosity.  I received my set of Geneva paints today!  I also got the "portrait" videos, so I'll start working with Mark's system after I finish my current acrylic painting.

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