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Canson Paper, who have been making paper since the 15th century, describes their PrintMaKing Rag as having a “fine and silky touch.” It is indeed exquisite and lends itself well for fine art prints as well as photography. This is the same company that is well known with water color painters as well as printmakers through their Arches line of paper. It has a bit of tooth, but is fairly smooth and is velvet to the touch. This paper also has a nice weight to it which puts it in the same class as the William Turner paper where it feels like an object. Canson is well aware of the quality standards of galleries and museums and are highly respected for their craftsmanship. PrintMaKing Rag is a beautiful paper and I immediately thought of my artist friends the moment I held it in my hands. I am eager to use it for my limited edition prints as well.
Thickness: 513 (um)
Surface feel: soft, textured
Surface finish: matte
100% Rag cotton
Mould-Made: the finest and oldest paper-making technique
No Optical Brightening
Agents to ensure consistency of shades for generations
Designed to meet museum longevity requirements and respect the ISO 9706 standard: Internally buffered to resist gas fading and maximise the conservation of your prints
Acid Free certified to avoid paper degradation
* Prints will shift in color if you display them in rooms that have windows. To prevent this from occurring, you need to use UV protected glass or UV protected plexi glass when framing your prints. Most ready-made frames from discount stores do not come with UV glass. It is not very expensive to go to your local glass or frame shop and purchase the UV glass separately.
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