Winsor & Newton Classic Watercolour Paper - Ken Bromley Art Supplies



Winsor & Newton Classic Watercolour Paper

  • Description

Winsor & Newton's Classic Watercolour paper range is a more affordable yet still exceptionally high quality alternative to 100% cotton watercolour paper. Made of high quality archival grade cellulose wood pulp and natural spring water, these papers are ideal for professional artists as well as amateurs and students. This excellent paper is traditional cylinder mould made and internally an externally sized.

  • Available in Cold Press (NOT) 140lb (300gsm) 30" x 22" sheets
  • Features 2 deckle and 2 cut edges

Each pack contains 5 full imperial sheets of paper, which can be cut into 1/2 or 1/4 imperial at no extra charge.


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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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Classic Watercolour Paper 140lb (300gsm) NOT Product Code: CLASS140N
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RRP: £22.45 £16.44

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  • Fine Paper

    I was a little skeptical at first. The paper is said to have no optical brighteners but it was white enough for me! I usually use Arches and I wondered if the size would be okay. I was amazed at how easily the Winsor & Newton paper stretched on my Ken Bromley stretcher. When I use Arches I find it very difficult to remove the paper from the stretcher. I think that is because Arches use gelatin as size so it sticks like glue on the edges of the Bromley stretcher. No problem with the Winsor & Newton! I never thought I would find a better paper than Arches. Winsor & Newton now replaces my Arches paper. I am really surprised.

    Ralph Bendelow (Wales) on 13 Jan 2018
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  • My best paper - Classic Watercolour Paper 140lb (300gsm) NOT

    It is a pleasure to paint onto the W&N paper. There is no need to rush and you feel in control of the flow. Michael Yates (Billericay, United Kingdom) on 23 Apr 2019
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