I don't use many Winsor & Newton watercolours are they are very expensive outside of the UK, and some of my favourite colours are mixed pigment or different hues so they just don't suit what I am after. For example burnt sienna is PR101 rather than my preferred PBr7; raw sienna is a mix of Py42 + PR101 rather than PBr7, Quinacridone Gold is a rather unnecessary and ugly mix of three pigments PY150+PR206+PV19 (when they could have simply used PY150 + PR101) and raw umber is not deep and dark enough. I also find that the tube colours don't rewet terribly well without adding some glycerine since they are, I understand, designed to be used fresh from the tube.
However, they are a very well-known brand, usually available throughout the world, and they have some great colours so here is the (almost) full range - I'm missing 5....
The swatches have been photographed and colour matches are ok but not perfect. I'll note in my comments where they are way out.
PY53 is not a powerful pigment. I've never found a use for it, and there are much prettier cool or lemon yellows available.
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Lemon Yellow, Bismuth Yellow, Cadmium Lemon, Winsor Lemon, Winsor Yellow.|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Lemon Yellow Deep, Aureolin, Transparent Yellow, Cadmium Yellow Pale, Turner's Yellow.|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - New Gamboge (now made with PY150 + PR209), Cadmium Yellow, Winsor Yellow Deep, Indian Yellow, Cadmium Yellow Deep.|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Cadmium Orange, Winsor Ornage, Winsor Orange Red Shade, Transparent Orange (Limited Edition Colour), Bright Red (discontinued).|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Cadmium Scarlet (not shown), Scarlet Lake, Cadmium Red, Cadmium Red Deep, Winsor Red.|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Rose Dore, Quinacridone Red, Winsor Red Deep, Permanent Alizarin Crimson, Alizarin Crimson.|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Sanguine Red (discontinued), Permanent Carmine, Permanent Rose, Rose Madder Genuine, Opera Rose.|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Quinacridone Magenta, Permanent Magenta, Cobalt Violet, Permanent Mauve, Quinacridone Violet.|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Ultramarine Violet, Winsor Violet (Dioxazine), Smalt Blue (limited edition), Indanthrene blue, cobalt Blue Deep.|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - French Ultramarine, Ultramarine (Green Shade), Cobalt blue, Phthalo Sapphire, Winsor Blue Red Shade.|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Antwerp blue, Prussian blue, Winsor Blue (Green Shade), Cerulean Blue Red Shade, Cerulean Blue.|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Manganese Blue Hue, Phthalo Turquoise, Cobalt Turquoise Light, Cobalt Turquoise, Cobalt Green.|
|Winsor Green (Blue Shade), Winsor Green, Viridian, Winsor Green (Yellow Shade), Terre Verte.|
I love Perylene Green for the shadows in foliage and am rather fascinated by the granulation and opacity of PG17 though I've never really explore this pigment.
|Perylene Green, Oxide or Chromium, Hooker's Green, Permanent Sap Green, Olive Green.|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Terre Verte (Yellow Shade) not shown, Green Gold, Naples Yellow, Naples Yellow Deep, Yellow Ochre Light (not shown).|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Yellow Ochre, Raw Sienna, Yellow Titanate, Gold Ochre, Quinacridone Gold (genuine - discontinued)|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Quinacridone Gold, Gold Brown (limited edition), Brown Ochre, Magnesium Brown, Burnt Sienna.|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Light Red, Venetian Red, Indian Red (limited edition), Brown Madder.|
Raw Umber is another of the W&N colours that I just don't like - I much prefer the deep dark cool brown versions of Daniel Smith or Da Vinci and others.
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Potter's Pink, Perylene Maroon, Perylene Violet, Caput Mortuum Violet (not shown), Raw Umber.|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Burnt Umber, Vandyke Brown, Dark Brown (special limited edition), Sepia, Indigo.|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Payne's Grey, Neutral tint, Ivory Black, Lamp Black, Mars Black (not shown)|
|Winsor & Newton Watercolours - Charcoal Grey, Davy's Grey, Chinese White, Titanium White.|