This 44" x 39' roll of William Turner 310 Matte FineArt Paper from Hahnemuhle features a 310 gsm paper that was designed for archival purposes. It is mould-made from cotton rag to produce a textured matte finish. This gives it a heavy weight, which combines with a 24.4 mil thickness for a professional look and feel. Also, the paper features an 88.5% whiteness and an opacity of 99% for a classic white finish. For archival purposes no optical brighteners were used in this paper. It is acid free and calcium carbonate buffered to avoid negative effects from the environment. Additionally, William Turner paper is instant drying and water resistant. It comes on a 3" core.
- Mould-Made Textured Cotton Paper
- Basis Weight: 310 gsm
- Thickness: 24.4 mil
- Opacity: 99%
Hahnemühle William Turner 310 Overview
Hahnemühle William Turner 310 Specs
|Basis Weight||310 gsm|
|Thickness||24.4 mil / 0.62 mm|
|Core Size||3" / 7.62 cm|
|Storage Temperature||50 to 86°F / 10 to 30°C|
|Storage Humidity||35 to 65%|
|Dimensions (W x L)||44" x 39' / 111.8 cm x 12 m|
|Package Weight||12.85 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||46.2 x 7 x 7"|
Hahnemühle William Turner 310 Reviews
Best matte textured from Hahnemuhle... with a bit of problem
Best color reproduction in the matte texture range but those little texture come off too easily and leaves you with white dots in the image! You really have to put it in an archival sleeve the moment it dries or even the moment it comes out the printer. Otherwise, other textured matte can't compete all things considered.
William Turner in Rolls
I was very happy with this product. My experience with William Turner in flat sheets is that the surface can flake, and I was worried that with such a large area, an occasional flake would be unavoidable. I unfurled about 36 of the paper, dusted it, and inserted it into the printer. The result was a perfect print. My other concern was that I would need to aggressively uncurl the print, which might damage the surface. However, the print laid perfectly flat. For the remainder of the prints, I continued to pull the paper, dust it, and reload it. A bit of a pain, but the results were terrific.
Absolutely love this stuff.
I print fine art photos and this paper gives a depth and perceived sharpness that is awesome. Gamut is a bit narrow (as any art paper is), but the colors still pop. I get a lot of comments from viewers that see something in these prints they don't see elsewhere. Also like Museum etching and Torchon
Lovely Texture; Technically Challenging
There's a lot to love about the heavily textured surface of this paper and how it feels in the hand, but buyers should beware: It is incredibly challenging to handle on multiple fronts: First, as with all matte papers, it marks incredibly easily. Being heavily textured, marks also have a burnishing effect which is extremely evident on darker printed areas. Simply stroking the edge of another piece of paper over a print is enough to visibly mar it. Extreme caution must be used when handling dark prints, especially when trimming. The visible damage can be reduced?though not altogether eliminated?by spraying prints with a matte finish such as acrylic. The other major annoyance with this paper is that the textured surface causes the clay stabilizer to fall off in pinholes. This has two effects: First, it clogs print heads significantly more frequently than other print heads (causing wastage in both an incredibly expensive paper and ink for the print plus cleaning afterward), and second, visible pinholes appear in dark areas of prints, which stand out because the pinhole is of course white. While the pinholes can be remedied after the fact using a magnifier, fine paintbrush, and leftover ink from an empty cartridge, it involves yet more handling which can exacerbate the first problem. Finally, this paper does have a really coarse appearance which is unsuitable for many photographic projects as it imparts undesirable texture to smooth gradients such as sky or skin. It is best-suited for fine art prints that emulate coarse hand-made or machine-made papers, especially ones that don't feature large areas of dark, continuous tones. Watercolour, graphite, pastel, pencil crayon, and ink drawings originally made on rough watercolor paper are perfect subjects for this paper. Prints may also be intentionally burnished in printed areas using a bone folder or agate burnishing tool to smooth paper as the pressure of hard media would do to simulate their appearance.
Great paper for print
Great quality paper. Reliable service from B& H.
I keep buying this product.
I use the William Turner paper for prints intended for display. It has a beautiful texture and prints the full tonal range available from Epson archival pigments. Once I started using it I never felt a need to go to any other paper.
Another excellent paper from Hahnemuhle
I love both the German Etching and WIlliam Turner 310. The German Etching gives little more depth - while the Turner softens lines. Both are superbly made. B&H does a top notch job of carrying both in inventory and quickly shipping.
i love the texture of this paper...
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