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170 GSM Rectangular White Art Card Paper

170 GSM Rectangular White Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Product Details:
GSM170 GSM
ColorWhite
Size13" x 20"
BrandTirupati
MaterialArt Card
Country of OriginMade in India
ShapeRectangular

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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250 GSM Rectangular White Art Card Paper

250 GSM Rectangular White Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Product Details:
GSM250 GSM
ColorWhite
Size13" x 20"
BrandTirupati
MaterialArt Card
Country of OriginMade in India
ShapeRectangular

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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210 GSM Rectangular Art Card Paper

210 GSM Rectangular Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Product Details:
GSM210 GSM
ColorWhite
Size13" x 20"
BrandTirupati
MaterialArt Card
Country of OriginMade in India
ShapeRectangular

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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170 GSM Rectangular Art Card Paper

170 GSM Rectangular Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Product Details:
GSM170 GSM
ColorWhite
Size14" x 20"
BrandTirupati
MaterialArt Card
Country of OriginMade in India
ShapeRectangular

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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250 GSM Tirupati Art Card Paper

250 GSM Tirupati Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Product Details:
GSM250 GSM
ColorWhite
Size14" x 20"
BrandTirupati
MaterialArt Card
Country of OriginMade in India

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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210 GSM Tirupati Art Card Paper

210 GSM Tirupati Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Product Details:
GSM210 GSM
ColorWhite
Size14" x 20"
BrandTirupati
MaterialArt Card
Country of OriginMade in India

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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250 GSM White Art Card Paper

250 GSM White Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Product Details:
GSM250 GSM
ColorWhite
Size13" x 19"
BrandTirupati
MaterialArt Card
Country of OriginMade in India

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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157 GSM Art Card Paper

157 GSM Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Kilogram

Product Details:
GSM157 GSM
Size12" x 18"
ColorWhite
Usage/ApplicationDigital Print
MaterialC2S Matt Paper
PatternSHEET
Number Of Sheets Per Pack500 Sheet Per Packet
FinishingMatt
Is It RecyclableNon Recyclable

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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170 GSM Art Card Paper

170 GSM Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Kilogram

Product Details:
GSM170 GSM
Size12" x 18"
ColorWhite
Usage/ApplicationDigital Print
Packaging TypeReem
MaterialC2S Matt Paper
PatternSHEET
Number Of Sheets Per Pack500 Sheet Per Packet
FinishingMatt

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 



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  • Production Capacity: AS PER YOUR ORDER
  • Packaging Details: Tirupati Branding Packing
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210 GSM White Art Card Paper

210 GSM White Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Kilogram

Product Details:
GSM210 GSM
ColorWhite
Size13" x 19"
BrandHi-Kote
Usage/ApplicationPrinting
Number Of Sheets Per Pack500 per packet
MaterialC2S Matt Surface Paper

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 



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180 GSM Art Card Paper

180 GSM Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Kilogram

Product Details:
GSM180 GSM
Size12" x 18"
ColorWhite
Usage/ApplicationDigital Print
MaterialC2S Matt Paper
PatternSHEET
Number Of Sheets Per Pack500 Sheet Per Packet
FinishingMatt
Is It RecyclableNon Recyclable
BrandHi-Kote

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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210 GSM Art Card Paper

210 GSM Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Product Details:
GSM210 GSM
Size12" x 18"
ColorWhite
Usage/ApplicationDigital Print
Packaging TypeReem
MaterialC2S Matt Paper
PatternSHEET
Number Of Sheets Per Pack500 Sheet Per Packet
FinishingMatt
Is It RecyclableNon Recyclable
Temperature ResistanceYes
BrandHi-Kote

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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250 GSM Art Card Paper

250 GSM Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Kilogram

Product Details:
GSM250 GSM
Size12" x 18"
ColorWhite
Usage/ApplicationDigital Print
MaterialC2S Matt Paper
PatternSHEET
Number Of Sheets Per Pack500 Sheet Per Packet
FinishingMatt
Is It RecyclableNon Recyclable
Temperature ResistanceYes
BrandHi-Kote

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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170 GSM Tirupati Art Card Paper

170 GSM Tirupati Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Kilogram

Product Details:
GSM170 GSM
Size13" x 19"
BrandTirupati
Country of OriginMade in India
ColorWhite
Number Of Sheets Per Pack500 per packet
MaterialC2S Matt Surface Paper

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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170 GSM White Art Card Paper

170 GSM White Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Kilogram

Product Details:
GSM170 GSM
ColorWhite
Size12" x 16"
BrandTirupati
Country of OriginMade in India
Usage/ApplicationPrinting

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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157 GSM White Art Card Paper

157 GSM White Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Kilogram

Product Details:
GSM157 GSM
ColorWhite
Size12" x 16"
BrandTirupati
Country of OriginMade in India
Usage/ApplicationPrinting

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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300 GSM Art Card Paper

300 GSM Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 64 / KilogramGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Kilogram

Product Details:
GSM300 GSM
Size12" x 18"
ColorWhite
Usage/ApplicationDigital Print
MaterialC2S Matt Paper
PatternSHEET
Number Of Sheets Per Pack500 Sheet Per Packet
FinishingMatt
Is It RecyclableNon Recyclable
BrandHi-Kote

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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Art Card Paper

Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 63 / KgGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1000 Kg

Product Details:
GSM120 - 150
Usage/ApplicationPrinting
ColorWhite
Number Of Sheets Per Pack500 per packet
BrandHi-Kote
MaterialC2S Matt Surface Paper

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 

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150 GSM Art Card Paper

150 GSM Art Card Paper

Product Price: Rs 63 / KgGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 500 Kg

Product Details:
Usage/ApplicationPRINTING
GSM150 GSM
Size12" x 18"
ColorWhite
MaterialPaper
PatternPlain
Number of Sheets per Pack500

There are so many different types of art paper to choose from that it can be quite a daunting task to know which type you should choose for your artwork. Perhaps you are looking for paper for drawing or for watercolor painting. Paper is made from interwoven fibers, the longer the fiber the stronger the paper. In the case of fine art papers these are usually plant fibers.

Newsprint and sugar paper are also ideal backgrounds for quick sketches and working out compositions or ideas, but will not be durable over time. Colored sugar papers will fade and the lignin content in newsprint causes an acidity, making the paper turn brittle and yellow over time (Lignin a substance in the plant that helps to bind cells to make them woody and stronger). Choose acid free or pH neutral paper if you are looking for longevity.

Different types of art papers are made in various weights, expressed in lbs (pounds) or gsm (grammes per square meter). Fine art papers are usually made in the range of 120gsm to 850gsm. Oriental papers tend to be lighter in weight. Drawing papers commonly weigh 130gsm but the heavier weighing Snowdon Cartridge 300gsm is immensely popular. Thicker paper can cope with more erasing and mark making. As a general rule, the heavier the paper (higher the gsm/lbs in weight) the thicker the paper.

 

There are several different types of art paper surfaces including Hot Pressed/Satinata/Liscia, Cold Pressed/Not/Fina, and Rough/Torchon/Grossa.

Rough Surface has the most texture and during manufacture the blankets presses on either side of the paper creates a heavily textured finish.

Not or Cold Pressed paper is the most common surface for watercolor artists and also popular for drawing. The paper is pressed for a second time without the blanket, flattening the surface that has been imprinted with the blanket.

Hot Pressed is the result of further pressing on a hot cylinder, bonding the fibers closer together and creating a smoother and finer surface. This type of surface is most popular for botanical artists and those who like fine detailing.

Surface for Pastel Paper that has a ‘tooth’ is most important for using pastels. The pastels need to adhere to the surface of the paper. Some printmaking papers with softer unsized surfaces are popular but more commonly there are textured surfaces e.g Canson Mi-teintes pastel paper or fully primed papers.

 




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Thermal Film

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Packaging TypeWOODEN PACKING
MaterialBOPP
PatternROUND WINDING
Usage/ApplicationLAMINATION
ColorSILVER
Matt Gloss Sparkle 3D Hologram Velvet High GlossGLOSSY AND MATT
Length3000 m
Thickness29 micron
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