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M. Graham Walnut Oils

Walnut Oil has been used interchangeably with linseed oil for over a thousand years. It flows more freely, and has less tendency to crack or yellow.

Today it is known that Renaissance masters such as Da Vinci and Durer generally favored walnut oil over linseed oil.

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