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Starting At: $15.44Videos…Speedball's Arnhem Printmaking Papers are made near the city of Arnhem in Holland by Schut Papier, a paper mill that has been creating fine paper since 1618. Offering a semi-smooth surface with a smooth appearance that accepts a variety of printmaking techniques and media. Every sheet of Arnhem… A Premium 100% Rag Printmaking Paper! Speedball's Arnhem Printmaking Papers are made near the city of Arnhem in Holland by Schut Papier, a paper mill that has been creating fine paper since 1618. Offering a semi-smooth surface with a smooth appearance that accepts a variety of printmaking techniques and media. Every sheet of Arnhem Printmaking Papers accepts multiple layers of ink brilliantly and can handle dry and damp printing. Key Features:* Available in: White & Warm White & 245gsm or 320gsm* Premium 100% rag printmaking paper* Vellum finish * Two deckled edges* Made from strong fibers* Excellent wet strength and absorbency* Subtle grain and smooth appearance* Accepts multiple layers of ink brilliantly* Available in: White & Warm White Perfect For:* All printmaking media* Excellent results in a variety of media* Intricate details* Dry or damp printing* Multiple layers of ink* Extremely versatile* Graphic relief and silkscreen images* Delicate and rich intaglio prints Arnhem 1618 paper offers a semi-smooth surface with a substantial feel to the touch. The subtle grain combined with a smooth appearance allows a variety of media to take to the paper, while remaining a reliable surface for intricate detail. Arnhem’s strong and highly absorbent fibers make it ideal for dry or damp printing, allowing it to accept multiple layers of ink brilliantly. Arnhem Printmaking Paper Review "The way it absorbs ink was really important to me. Akua inks dried faster on this paper than others I've used. Also, the substantial weight of the paper-that made it seem like a higher quality paper. It has a "presence" to it that other papers don't." - PRINTMAKING PROFESSOR See More
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