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Mouldmade in Germany, Hahnemühle Ingres Paper has an attractive toothy finish and an even-laid formation. It is excellent for drawing and printing.
Ingres Paper is made of 100% alpha cellulose. Watermarked, 4 deckle edges, pH neutral, lightfast. Individual sheets measure 18¾" × 24¾" (48 cm × 63 cm). 27 lb (100 gsm).
Color Chart Note — Use this color chart as an approximation of the real color. If exact color matching is necessary, use actual samples of the materials.
Handling Charge — When ordering sheets of paper or board larger than 18” x 24” in quantities of less than 10, a $3.00 per order handling fee applies. Paper or boards may be assorted to reach the quantity of 10.
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I like the size and the feel of the paper for my work .
from Wichita, Kansas
Comments about Hahnemühle Hahnemühle Ingres Paper:
These piece is a 33x40 and it took me a good week to do and I like the out come as well. And for one I had to order more of the paper because I like the way it did the job and how it felt as well doing the job I need to do as well and I think you can see how it came out as well.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Mike the printer
Been using this paper for years to letterpress print, really nice.
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Even takes an ink wash!
By Roberto Raphael
from Williamsburg, Va.
I was very surprised to blow up some of Rembrandt's drawings and see a laid paper was being used. I didn't know you could stretch laid paper and do ink and wash on it. It's very fragile but it can be done. One of my students told me I didn't know what I was talking about because a friend of his is a professional illustrator and he said ink was only to be done on smooth papers. I guess Rembrandt was wrong but we've been looking at those drawings for hundreds of years and we aren't finished yet!
Ingres paper fan over 30years.
from New Orleans
Fine color selection.
18th century paper for the 21st century
By Leica Mike
from Seaford, NY
I need a source of 18th century looking paper to re-create books, pamphlets and drawings for use as 18th century props in museum work and for re-enactments. This paper does the job at a cost that does not go over budget. It's nice to draw upon with dry media or quill pen. It can be cut and used in a plain paper copier to create reproduction printed documents. Good stuff, fair price. I have been using it for many years.
A Fine Paper for Letterpress
from Jamaica Plain, MA
I've been printing typographic letterpress for 25 years, and have long appreciated the Hahnemühle Ingres for it's reasonable price, and it's ability to take an impression from type. The paper is soft without resorting to being "fluffy" like some of the more popular papers being used by less experienced printers. It's also a text weight which prevents the trendy deep impression too many new-comers rely on in order to get in onto, or in too many cases, into those thick fluffy stocks. The Ingres has a nice antique laid finish, and a single watermark. The price per sheet is economical, and the range of colors offers some design latitude. This tends to be a go-to sheet for both broadsides, to pamphlet covers.
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My favorite paper
I use this paper with sennelier oil pastels and I love it! It is very affordable and the subtle color of the paper creates a beautiful effect, and gives character to my artwork. I only wish it came in larger sizes! Highly recommended.
the one paper for pastel and charcoal
from New York, NY
#sweepstakesIngres paper is a passion of mine. It has particular qualities -- softness, light texture, light weight -- that make it ideal for pastel and charcoal. The same qualities rule it out for graphite or watercolor or any water medium. That particularity seens to me to be a good sign -- it works for what it works for and works very well precisely because it is made with those media in mind. I just love it and I love the tints it comes in (subtle, but definitely there).
Fine paper at the right price
I use Ingres paper for pastels and charcoals. The pulpiness of the paper, which nevertheless is fine, feels soft. The grain of the paper -- it may be laid paper -- is not overwhelming the way Mi-Teintes paper's is, but it is there and lends a lovely texture to my drawings. The tints of the papers are also a virtue: none are overwhelming but all definitely contribute to the overall effect of the drawing. I also like the size. In short, Ingres papers are my favorites for both charcoal and pastel. (Regarding pastel, Ingres paper naturally handle fewer coats than sanded paper, but I prefer that. They handle more coats than I'd have expected, and plenty for a good strong drawing.
Quality paper for experienced paper marblers
I use this for paper marbling. It's more expensive than some papers, but it is light-weight and flexible. The colors look marvelous on this paper
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