Arches : Aquarelle : 140lb : 300gsm : 22x30in : 56X76cm : 10 Sheets : Not


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RRP £61.90

Price £47.00

Special Price  £39.95

Arches Aquarelle watercolour paper is acid-free and chlorine free, made of 100% cotton fibres which provide strength and stability. The paper is tub-sized in natural gelatine and air-dried, it can take scrubbing, scratching and erasing while keeping the original intensity of the watercolour. Arches Aquarelle uses no optical brighteners so it's natural white colour will not yellow with age and archival value is ensured. Arches Aquarelle is excellent for watercolour, gouache, pen and ink, acrylics and calligraphy.

Weight 0.1000
Size : Metric : CM 56 x 76 cm
Size : Imperial : Inch 22 x 30 in
Size : Imperial Sheet Full Sheet
Surface Type Paper - Sheets
Surface : Texture Cold Pressed / Not
Surface : Colour White
Paper : GSM Range 300 - 399 gsm
Surface : Aspect Rectangular
Binding : Type No Binding
Paper : Deckle Yes
Quantity : Sheets 10 Sheets
Paper : gsm 300 gsm (140 lb)
To use with Watercolour
Quality Exceptional
Surface : Size for Parent 22 x 30 in (56 x 76 cm)
Review by Feefo
I love the way that the paint granulates on the paper. (Posted on 21/09/2016)
Review by Feefo
The paper is great quality and beautiful to use watercolours on. The paint absorbs into the paper to allow you to do more washes and prevents the colours becoming 'muddy'. It is the best paper I have ever used. (Posted on 28/05/2016)
Review by Feefo
the very best paper for watercolours, mixed media and other stuff, any stuff its fabulous paper. (Posted on 24/11/2015)
Review by Feefo
Arches is my favourite watercolour paper. Cannot think about anything else to paint on. (Posted on 15/10/2015)
Review by Feefo
Never use anything else !! (Posted on 22/09/2015)
Review by Denise Mitchell
This is by far my favourite brand of watercolour paper and I have tried plenty! I usually buy full sheets and cut them to size, as this proves to be far more economical, particularly at the listed, discounted prices. It has a beautiful surface that is very resilient to corrections. I also use HP & rough but I use the NOT surface the most, as it's a good all-rounder. I do tend to stretch the paper for particularly wet washes or larger paintings, but I have had no problems in taking un-stretched 1/4 size imperial paper along to art classes. I don't recommend in buying cheaper or lighter weight papers, as that may end up being a false economy and may well reduce your enjoyment of the painting process! (Posted on 20/08/2015)
Review by Feefo
I usually use Saunders Waterford Not / rough 140lb imperial/oads/blocks however I find the Arches suits me fine (Posted on 04/03/2015)
Review by Feefo
Favourite paper. Always use. More expensive but worth it. (Posted on 18/11/2014)

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