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Introducing Winsor amp; Newton new water color paper ranges; the finest water color papers designed to match the highest performance standards of our water color paints. Created in the tradition of fine-art papermaking, all of our water color papers are cylinder-mold made with internal and external sizing for exceptional strength, balanced absorbency, color performance and resilience in every sheet. Expect papers that are as tough as they are beautiful.
The art of water colour painting demands the finest quality paper - paper that works for you and with you.
Our intoduction of Winsor amp; Newton water colour papers is a testament to our commitment to art and science; creative and technical excellence; heritage and modernity.
Classic pads are made with 100% archival grade cellulose wood pulp and natural artesian well spring water with neutral ph properties. This spiral pad is great for travel.
Cold pressed paper has a less textured finish and is the most widely used paper surface. This paper often produces the brightest water colour paintings because its increased surface area holds more colour and therefore reflects more light.
Our water colour papers are made on a traditional cylinder mould at a paper mill in France, following a practice that dates back to the 19th century.
A slowly rotating cylinder mould picks up the 100% cellulose wood pulp and puts it onto a continuously moving woolen felt. This ensures the fibers are dispersed randomly and are interwoven. As these fibers lock together, they give the paper far greater strength and dimensional stability, minimizing warping or cockling when water is absorbed by the paper.
Our classic paper is made with the finest cellulose wood pulp. This makes it a more affordable yet still exceptionally high-quality alternative to 100% cotton.
As part of ensuring this quality, we conduct sophisticated testing and monitoring. Every sheet is individually inspected to assure the finest quality.
Sizing helps the paper keep its shape and primes it to consistently absorb the perfect amount of moisture. Multiple layers of paint can therefore be applied to create more depth. The paper can then withstand the roughest of editing techniques and colours remain brilliant and intense, even when dry.
Internal sizing takes place while the raw materials are still in a liquid state, while external sizing is applied to the surface of the paper once the sheet has been formed.
The raw materials, cylinder mould-made process and the internal and external sizing create smooth, durable, resilient papers that offer the ultimate surfaces for colour performance. This allows multiple layers of colour to be applied, making it possible to achieve strong dark tones as well as luminous lights.
|Winsor amp; Newton||Enables the laydown of a clean crisp line with no distortion or bleeding||Withstands editing techniques while still retaining a smooth, blemish-free surface||Surface wash can be applied to another colour without compromising colour integrity||Allows colour to be easily lifted and controlled, even after drying||Excellent colour dispersal and flow properties|
|Competitor||Distorted line work due to an uneven surface texture and poor quality sizing||Editing causes paper disintegration, suggesting a lack of internal strength||Same technique causes colour wash to be contaminated and distorted||Colour proves more difficult to lift due to poor sizing and uneven surface texture||Poor surface wash performance, colour migration, and bleeding|