Hahnemuhle Leonardo Watercolour Paper - Ken Bromley Art Supplies



Hahnemuhle Leonardo Watercolour Paper

  • Description

Leonardo is natural white, acid free, lightfast and extremely resistant to ageing.

The heavy weight of this paper with its smooth, harmonious surface structure offers excellent flow of colour and ensures high brightness.

This heavyweight paper is excellent for all watercolour techniques especially wet-in-wet and glazing. It is also suitable for painting techniques such as lavis, gouache, tempera and acrylic.

Available in 600gsm in Cold Pressed (NOT) or Rough texture, 100% rag watercolour paper. 
The rough is the roughest paper, NOT is a medium texture.

This paper is not recommended for use with masking fluid.

Each pack contains 5 full imperial sheets of paper, which can be cut into 1/2 or 1/4 imperial at no extra charge.
Please note that if the paper is cut then there will no longer be deckled edges on all four sides.  When the paper is cut, in half, there will be 3 deckle edges and when the paper is cut, in quarter, there will be 2 deckle edges.

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All packs of paper* are supplied in the following options as regards size:

Pack Size Inches CM No. Sheets
Full Imperial 30"x22" 76.2x55.9cm 5
Half Imperial 22"x15" 55.9x38.1cm 10
Quarter Imperial 15"x11" 38.1x27.9cm 20
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NOT Product Code: HLSN
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RRP: £40.00 £36.95
Rough Product Code: HLSR
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RRP: £40.00 £36.95

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  • Beautiful paper

    Beautiful paper - I use quarter imperial size, NOT - a perfect support for my watercolours. No buckling or cockling. Surface takes much erasing of pencil lines without degredation. Whiter than Saunders Waterford. Tom Cunliffe (East Sussex) on 4 Sep 2011
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  • watercolour paper - Hahnemuhle Leonardo Special Rough

    I really like this paper - good for positive mark making, holds colour well - also did well with wet on wet work. It does not like masking liquid but this was not very important for me. Heavy and useable without stretching.I generally like Hahnemuhle watercolour papers anyway. Jayanthi Rani (Maidstone, United Kingdom) on 26 Jun 2013
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  • Fantastic paper

    Fantastic paper - good for lifting. I recommend it to all my advanced students and art societies I demo for. Kate (Cumbria) on 18 Feb 2007
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