Excellent for watercolor. Good for mixed media. 140 lb. medium weight. Optimal sizing resists buckling. Uniform medium surface texture ensures that brush strokes do not blotch or bleed. Acid free. Resists yellowing and aging. 140 lb. Sold in individual sheets or tape bound pads of 15 sheets.
pH Neutral Watercolor Paper
size: 11 in. x 15 in.
unit: pad of 15
size: 22 in. x 30 in.
Rated by: H.K. M. in Central, LA
Great for practice work and enlarging my portfolio. This is convenient and well-priced.
Rated by: l k. in rockville , MD
absolutely fabulous! very thick. sturdy. perfect.
Rated by: Mary Y. in Youngstown, OH
I have used this size paper for sometime while learning to paint watercolors and was dissapionted that Staples no longer carries a supply of the size I use. It meets all my painting requirements. I will reorder from you in the future.
Rated by: Warren H. in Fort Mohave, AZ
My wife and I have been using this paper for years. It does what we want it do do. You do not want to do a lot of scrubbing with this paper.
Rated by: Jeff W. in Everett, MA
This is a great paper to work on. It holds the ink well when working with a pen nib and does not "bleed" as other papers tend to do when working with crow quills. My only beef is that it takes a little longer for the ink to dry.
Rated by: Carolyn O. in needles, CA
This is a very good paper for beginners. It holds the paint better than some I have tried.
Rated by: Susan J. M. in Austin, TX
Holds paint beautifully
Rated by: diane . in New York, NY
I purchased a few of these watercolor pads, and am very happy with them. They are a very good price, and a good value. The texture and weight are great. I would definitely buy again.
Rated by: Sandra M. in Dallas, TX
I like this paper for its texture and strength. It is excellent quality paper yet inexpensive enough to use for practicing and developing my painting technique and experimenting with different ideas.
Rated by: Mario P. in New York, NY
This paper has a unique raised surface pattern that is very nice to work with. It is my professor's favorite --she claims this paper used to be called Seminole. Gouache slides smoothly on its surface and remains wet for a little while because the surface appears slightly... plasticized?