Fine Art Paper


When I first started making art prints 10 years ago, I went into art supply shop and asked what the best paper is. The guy in the shop gave me Hanhnemühles “William Turner” 190 g and said I would never use anything else. And he was right. I tried several cheaper options, but the result was never close to being as good. Throughout the years I have been a big spender in the Hahnemühles fine art paper.

Hahnemühle William Turner is a mould-made watercolour paper with a coating that is perfect for fine art prints. The white cotton paper does not contain optical brighteners and is characterised by its unique tactile feel and surface texture. The fine yet highly pronounced felt structure of the genuine mould-made paper gives  art reproductions a striking depth and three-dimensional effect. The matt inkjet coating guarantees excellent print results with outstanding reproduction of color and detail, impressive contrasts and deep blacks. William Turner is acid- and lignin-free and meets the most exacting requirements in terms of age resistance. The characteristic feel and structure guarantees extraordinary FineArt prints and art reproductions with artistic flair.

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