Arches Oil Painting Paper, 140lb / 300gsm, Deckled Edge

MP Code #MP-09811-001   
$10.00 - $295.95
$6.44 - $134.29

Fine Painting Paper. No need for Gesso - No preparation required!

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Arches Oil is a French made 300 gsm (140 lb), 4 deckled edge paper specially formulated for oil painting, yet it maintains the look and feel of traditional Arches papers. The paper features a powerful & efficient oil barrier that absorbs water, solvents and binders evenly while allowing the paint and pigment to remain on the surface.

  • Ready to use - no need to gesso; no preparation required!
  • Painting on Arches Oil paper is extremely convenient. It''s easy to store, easy to frame, lightweight to transport.
  • Arches has created and manufactured professional artist papers in France since 1942.

This new and revolutionary surface is essential for any professional oil painter looking to capture their oil painting on paper all while saving time. Oil painting students will love the convenience and ease of use that this paper offers.

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  • Arches Oil paper

    Reviewed on 3/27/2013

    As reviewed by Gina

    Experience: STUDENT

    This paper is great for oils. I taped it on a board and it worked great, no warping. The texture is nice as well.

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  • Arches Oil Paper

    Reviewed on 9/27/2012

    As reviewed by C. DiCecca

    Experience: STUDENT

    I am most pleased with this paper. Have been looking for something like this for a long time. It is amazing

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  • Arches Oil Paper

    Reviewed on 7/1/2013

    As reviewed by Sandra

    Experience: PROFESSIONAL

    I paint, primarily, oil on gessoed (arches) paper. So I was very intrigued by the oil paper concept. After having worked on four sheets, my main complaint is that the initial application of paint to surface does not go on evenly. I have tried a few different mediums/solvents for the ground color and it inevitably saturated the paper in splotches. Subsequent layering can even out the surface and at some point the paint no longer soaks in. Otherwise, love the toothiness and rigidity of the paper.

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