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Saunders Waterford High White Watercolour Paper

High White is a new addition to the Saunders range with a new whiter shade which is much brighter.

St Cuthberts Mill made the new ‘High White’ after requests from professional artists who were searching for a whiter shade of watercolour paper, but without compromising on quality that only a professional grade watercolour paper like Saunders Waterford can offer. The base colour of the paper shows through the transparent washes of watercolour, and the original ‘White’ shade of Saunders Waterford could affect the paints.

With the new ‘High White’ shade the paints pigments will appear more vivid, and with more sparkle, giving the whole painting a fresher look. A whiter sheet will make finished paintings more contemporary looking, as artists have commented that they felt the original white colour created a more antique look to their finished compositions. Available in an identical range as the original 'white' Saunders Waterford paper.

Available in 140lb, 200lb and 300lb in the following surfaces ROUGH, COLD PRESSED (NOT) and HOT PRESSED (HP).
The rough is the roughest paper, NOT is a medium texture and HP is smooth.

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  • 100% cotton, new whiter shade which is much brighter than the traditional Saunders colour

  • Available in 140lb, 200lb & 300lb

  • Hot Pressed, NOT & Rough surfaces

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  • Always use Saunders.

    I always use this brand but the new High White is an improvement for painting water as it doesn't give that antique effect as the other paper does. It outclasses Arches, gives the same effects as it has an amazingly tough surface, but yet sympathetic to ALL effects, and is quite better value for money.
    I painted a seascape on a half imperial sheet from this order, and the paper really shines through the transparent watercolour washes, classy paper.

    - David Molloy from Rossendale,, United Kingdom on Sep 11, 2012
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  • Worth every penny

    The 300lb Rough paper is a durable and reliably consistent quality product. I have found the heavy weight papers surface superior to the 140lb rough, so is my paper of choice. The washes "sit" for a little longer with this paper and granulation effects (should you want them) are greatly enhanced with it. The paper is not too bright (as I found with the old Whatman papers) but certainly give that brighter/slightly crisper feeling to a watercolour (again if thats what you want). The traditional SW paper although slightly creamy is in my opinion of the same quality and is as desirable as a product as the high white. However if your style is looser and you like to work at say half imperial size (as I do) this paper is worth every penny Ladies and Gentlemen!
    Chris

    - Christopher Bendall from Pinner London on Jul 24, 2011
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  • Great paper

    Always buy this or Arches. Sanders Waterford is great to work on especially when working wet into wet. Very forgiving and good colour of white

    - Sue Bates from Blandford Forum, United Kingdom on Sep 26, 2012
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