Canson Infinity Printmaking Paper, BFK Rives

MP Code #MP-12545-002   
$26.65 - $150.75
$19.39 - $109.76

Canson Infinity is the brand name given to the new Digital Fine Art & Photo range crafted in the Canson and Arches mills. Canson Infinity offers you Museum Quality Fine Art & Photo Inkjet Papers and Canvas.

World's Most Famous Mould Made Printmaking Paper in Inkjet Form

Canson Infinity is Canson's brand of digital fine art & photo museum quality inkjet paper and canvas. These papers are crafted in the same Canson and Arches mills that produce those lines of traditional fine art paper.

BFK Rives

BFK Rives is the world's number one mould made traditional printmaking paper with more than 500 years of history. That heritage is now available within the Canson Infinity Digital Fine Art & Photo Portfolio. BFK Rives has a unique pure white tone obtained without the use of OBAs and a very specific smooth and velvety texture.

This exceptional paper is ideal for fine art prints and photographs and gives them a very prestigious aura.

  • 100% Rag
  • Mould- Made: the finest and oldest paper-making technique
  • Compatible with pigmented and dye inks
  • Dries instantly
  • Water resistant
  • No Optical Brightening Agents to ensure consistency of shades for generations
  • Designed to meet galleries and museum longevity requirements and respect the ISO 9706 standard:
    • Internally buffered to resist gas fading and maximize the conservation of your prints
    • Acid Free certified to avoid paper degradation

Canson was founded in 1557 and its illustrious history includes the prestigious appointment to Manufacture Royale in 1784 by Louis XVI and the invention of the hot air balloon, made with Canson paper in 1782.

The Arches Mill was founded in 1492 and through the years, the history of Arches has been closely linked to the history of France. Many literary milestones and works of art have been entrusted to Arches' exquisite papers, such as Beumarchais' "The Complete Works of Voltaire" and Napoleon's "The Description of Egypt"

The unique qualities of these two premier paper mills and their products have been embraced by artists such as Picasso, Chagal, Warhol, Ingres, Miro, and Alechinsky. They remain the standard for today's artists.

World's Most Famous Mould Made Printmaking Paper in Inkjet Form

Canson Infinity is Canson's brand of digital fine art & photo museum quality inkjet paper and canvas. These papers are crafted in the same Canson and Arches mills that produce those lines of traditional fine art paper.

BFK Rives

BFK Rives is the world's number one mould made traditional printmaking paper with more than 500 years of history. That heritage is now available within the Canson Infinity Digital Fine Art & Photo Portfolio. BFK Rives has a unique pure white tone obtained without the use of OBAs and a very specific smooth and velvety texture.

This exceptional paper is ideal for fine art prints and photographs and gives them a very prestigious aura.

  • 100% Rag
  • Mould- Made: the finest and oldest paper-making technique
  • Compatible with pigmented and dye inks
  • Dries instantly
  • Water resistant
  • No Optical Brightening Agents to ensure consistency of shades for generations
  • Designed to meet galleries and museum longevity requirements and respect the ISO 9706 standard:
    • Internally buffered to resist gas fading and maximize the conservation of your prints
    • Acid Free certified to avoid paper degradation

Canson was founded in 1557 and its illustrious history includes the prestigious appointment to Manufacture Royale in 1784 by Louis XVI and the invention of the hot air balloon, made with Canson paper in 1782.

The Arches Mill was founded in 1492 and through the years, the history of Arches has been closely linked to the history of France. Many literary milestones and works of art have been entrusted to Arches' exquisite papers, such as Beumarchais' "The Complete Works of Voltaire" and Napoleon's "The Description of Egypt"

The unique qualities of these two premier paper mills and their products have been embraced by artists such as Picasso, Chagal, Warhol, Ingres, Miro, and Alechinsky. They remain the standard for today's artists.

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