Ilford Multigrade Art 300 Paper (16 x 20", 30 Sheets)

Ilford Multigrade Art 300 Paper (16 x 20", 30 Sheets)

Ilford Multigrade Art 300 Paper (16 x 20", 30 Sheets)

B&H # ILMGA3162030 MFR # 1170465
Ilford Multigrade Art 300 Paper (16 x 20", 30 Sheets)

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  • For Traditional Black and White Printing
  • Variable Contrast
  • 300gsm
  • Textured Surface with Eggshell Sheen
  • Cool Base Color
  • Warm Image Color
  • 100% Cotton Rag and Acid Free
  • Suitable for Toning and Hand-Coloring
  • Excellent DMax
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The Ilford Multigrade Art 300 Paper is a traditional silver gelatin black and white printing paper featuring a textured matte surface with an eggshell sheen. It has a cool paper base with a warm image tone and differs from Ilford FB baryta-based papers by exhibiting shorter final wash times and easier handling due to its 300gsm weight.

This item contains 30 sheets of 16 x 20" / 40.6 x 50.8cm paper.

Produced for Harman technology by Hahnemule FineArt GmbH.
Fully compatible with all existing Multigrade filters and equipment. It is suitable for printing from conventional black and white negatives and XP2 Super negatives.
UPC: 019498170461
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Ilford 1170465 specs

Paper Type Negative
Basis Weight 300 gsm
Surface Finish Matte
Contrast Multigrade
Tone Warm
Quantity 30 Sheets
Width 16" / 40.64 cm
Length 20" / 50.8 cm
Thickness 18.9 mil / 0.48 mm
Packaging Infoxvqewyfvzdetwuqausryrabxxrf
Package Weight 6.75 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 21.3 x 17.4 x 1.1"

Ilford 1170465 reviews

Multigrade Art 300 Paper (16 x 20", 30 Sheets) is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice, textured, heavy paper! The weight of this paper is impressive. Great for hand coloring or painting onto. Reminds me of old Luminos papers like Charcoal R. Wonderful paper if you are going for a certain antiqued feel or for an image that has a lot of texture. I had a student who did a series of figure studies and it was quite nice with skin texture and tone. My only dislike is that the blacks tend to not appear quite as black once it dries, but I think that it is merely a product of the heavy paper texture and how the light reflects off of it.
Date published: 2012-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from special art paper This paper is exciting. It has a tactile quality. Of course you will be probably the only one touching it, but as a photographer who develops your own prints you will love the almost sensuous feel of the paper. The texture and the slight sheen will be visually appreciated by the viewers. It feels like a thick watercolor paper (and so it's easy for spotting with a brush -as well as hand coloring larger areas) with a nice sheen. The white of the paper is creamy and the blacks will get quite deep. Without toning the mid tones and dark tones will have the very slight earthy green hue similar to Bergger warm tone paper and when toned with selenium for more than 6 minutes in dilution 1:10, it acquires a beautiful chocolate tone in the dark areas and a pinkish- light chocolate tone in the mid-tones. I use the word chocolate because the print will look delicious. When toned for only 3 minutes at the mentioned dilution, the slight green original hue is neutalized to a well balanced black and white print with a great d-max. It looks gorgeous without toning,or toned for neutrality and d-max or toned all the way to the rich pink chocolate! The paper is not for every negative...I think it's best suited for sort of mysterious or poetic or minimal images. Great for chairoscuro images, for minimal architecture, melancholic landscapes, grainy- edgy-blurry images.They will look like engravings by a master printer. Rembrant here I go!!!! For highly detailed images you may find that the texture of the paper gets in the way...My opinion is that it works better for 400 film and above and not so great for 100 film and below...
Date published: 2012-06-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful paper This paper is very matte, but after working with it for a bit I found I could push it easily, increasing contrast and prolonging time and it gave beautiful results, rich texture, deep blacks and bright highlights. It is a bit delicate once it's wet (100% cotton) but I found the results to be a nice change from the glossier papers. There's a certain real life quality to it.
Date published: 2011-12-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tricky paper with visual treats This paper requires printing experience or courageous risk taking, but neither of these qualities ought to discourage one. Not all negatives can work with it so one needs to experiment. Being multi-grade is helpful. It is a heavy art-like paper that needs a gentle touch and could be prone to staining if not washed and handle properly. It is basically a matte finish with a little sheen. It reminds me of warm prints from the old times and is quite beautiful if all the elements fall into place.
Date published: 2015-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful paper This is a wonderful, rich black & white paper. If you are a fan of traditional processes and like a warmish toned paper, I highly recommend it!
Date published: 2013-08-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Classic Paper I'd just watch the way this product is packed for dispatch. The tape sealing the lid was pretty dry and not very strong. This box was then packed into a quite large box for shipping. Whilst there was cushioning, there was room for movement. This product is heavy and if it had flipped upside down too much, the lid would have popped off then we'd be fogged.
Date published: 2017-08-24
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