The archival-quality William Turner Matt FineArt Paper - 310 g/m² (8.5 x 11.0") is a mould-made 100% cotton paper with a textured surface. The paper is compatible with both pigment-based and dye-based inks. The paper is ideal for photo and fine art reproduction as well as for limited-edition prints, presentation prints, exhibitions, albums, and greeting cards.
- Archival Quality
- Genuine Mould-Made Paper
- Matte Watercolor Texture
- Ideal For Photos & Traditional Artwork
Hahnemuhle William Turner Matt Fine Art 310 Overview
Hahnemuhle William Turner Matt Fine Art 310 Specs
8.5 x 11" / 21.6 x 27.9 cm
24.4 mil / 0.62 mm
8.5 x 11" / 21.6 x 27.9 cm
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
11.6 x 9.3 x 0.8"
Hahnemuhle William Turner Matt Fine Art 310 Reviews
Hahnemuhle William Turner Matt Fine Art Paper
While I'll need to make more prints before a final judgment, so far the William Turner Matt is exactly what its name indicates, a fine art matte paper perfect for my Canon Pixma Pro-10 printer.
Great Watercolor Reproduction
I make fine art prints of local artists work. Hahnemuhle William Turner is fabulous for recreating watercolor originals. It has a great feel and fabulous color reproduction capabilities. It's my go to paper for watercolor prints.
Hahnemuhle needs no introduction. William Turner is perfect for my fine art printing business. More importantly, B&H was fast and product was well packaged to prevent any damage.
This is really great paper for certain photography
Worth every penny. Renders detail beautifully. Works especially well with natural subjects (flowers, leaves, branches, etc).
Wonderful Paper for Fine Art
A very good paper for fine art reproductions. Customers love the feel and image quality when their fine art images are printed on William Turner Matt
Extremely great paper
I paint in oils and watercolors from which I am now producing limited edition giclees using a Canon ImageGraf Pro 2100. I bought this pack of 25 so I could do many proofs in preparation for the larger giclees from the 24x39 roll of the same paper. No fault of the paper I had to throw out more than half because I was calibrating and color correcting my images as I printed to get them right. I figured the small price of the pack was worth it and about 10 were sent to the art gallery to sell at $75 each. Now those corrected, almost perfect images are saved and no more wasting paper on them. Not until I go to the next batch of art images that I am turning into giclees. Learning curve I call it. This is beautiful textured paper that retains every brush stroke on the original oil painting. The colors are fully saturated and distinctful. I downloaded the ICC profile from the Hahnemuhle website to use in Photoshop CS6. I am so in love with my printer and the giclees it produces now. I use a Canon Mark II to photograph my original art, then correct the images for giclees.
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