Arnhem 1618® Printmaking Paper
The result of a dynamic partnership between Speedball® and a historic paper mill located near the city of Arnhem, Schut Papier, Arnhem 1618 Printmaking Paper offers a semi-smooth surface with a substantial feel to the touch.
Representing the superior quality, fine art paper that has been produced by Schut Papier since 1618, Arnhem 1618 boasts the following properties:
- 100% rag and acid-free
- Vellum finish
- Two deckled edges
- Both internally- and externally-sized
In addition, Arnhem 1618 paper’s 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 1618’s strong and highly absorbent fibers make it ideal for dry or damp printing, allowing it to accept multiple layers of ink brilliantly.
Arnhem 1618 Printmaking Paper
|White, 245gsm||Warm White, 245 gsm||White, 320 gsm|
Arnhem 1618 is featured in a broad range of Speedball's library of instructional videos. Click any of the links below to see the true versatility of this high-quality paper.
Rigorously-tested by experts and pros across an array of techniques ranging from graphic relief to silkscreen and intricate intaglio printing, Arnhem 1618 achieved wonderful results using this paper covering a wide range of approaches and techniques. Visit the Arnhem 1618 Gallery by selecting any of the images below.
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