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5" x 7" Fabriano Artistico Cold Press Watercolor Paper - ACM panel - Pkg of 2 Panels
5 x 7 Fabriano Cold Press Watercolor Paper


 
Your Price Per Panel $7.16
Package Price (2 Panels) $14.32
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Panel Dimensions 5" x 7" x 2mm, MSRP Per Panel $9.30
Product Features

**New Fabriano Cold Press Watercolor Paper Panels**
2mm ACM Raymar Panels


Introducing our new Watercolor panel! We crafted our panels with the finest Fabriano Artistico extra white, 140lb cold press paper. This mould-made watercolor paper is mounted to our 2mm ACM (aluminum composite material) panels for the ultimate rigid substrate to handle large amounts of water while painting.

Fabriano has been famous for its fine art papers since 1264 and was the choice of Michaelangelo. This exceptional Italian paper is the purest white available without any optical brighteners. The beautiful pebbled surface grabs the paint while colors remain rich and vibrant. The surface is ideal for watercolor as well as tempera, gouache, acrylic, ink, charcoal, graphite & drawing.

FEATURES of Cold Press Watercolor Paper:
- 100% cotton, mould-made paper
- acid and chlorine free
- durable surface handles lifting, scrubbing, scraping and layering
- handles heavy washes or soaking
- will not warp or buckle
- internal & external synthetic sizing, no animal by-products
- easily framed and if varnished can be framed without glass

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We craft our Raymar panels in house with the utmost attention to detail. Our surfaces are uniformly bound to each panel with a pH neutral adhesive and cut true to size.

Our aluminum composite material panels (ACM) are the ultimate rigid surface, resistant to moisture and humidity changes.
acid-free archival art board that resists warping and provides a permanent barrier against deterioration from moisture or mold. Conservators strongly recommend painting on a rigid support for longevity.

Lasting art lives on Raymar.