Fabriano Pittura Acrylic Paper

The Fabriano Pittura Acrylic Paper is especially suitable for acrylic and oil painting but can also be used for tempera. It weighs 400gsm and is made from high-quality cellulose. More
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Code 18780 
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25 x 35cm block
block of 10sheets
Weight (for papers and canvases)
400 gsm
£ 14.55
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Code 18781 
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30 x 40cm block
block of 10sheets
Weight (for papers and canvases)
400 gsm
£ 18.90
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Code 16077 
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40 x 40cm block
block of 10sheets
Weight (for papers and canvases)
400 gsm
£ 26.30
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Code 18782 
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40 x 50cm block
block of 10sheets
Weight (for papers and canvases)
400 gsm
£ 27.85
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Code 13008 
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50 x 70cm sheet
individual sheet
Weight (for papers and canvases)
400 gsm
£ 2.65
Minimum order 5
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Code 13009 
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70 x 100cm sheet
individual sheet
Weight (for papers and canvases)
400 gsm
£ 4.90
Minimum order 3
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Code 59664 
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50 x 70cm pack
pack of 10 sheets
Weight (for papers and canvases)
400 gsm
£ 24.15
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Code 59665 
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70 x 100cm pack
pack of 10 sheets
Weight (for papers and canvases)
400 gsm
£ 21.85
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The Fabriano Pittura Acrylic Paper is especially suitable for acrylic and oil painting but can also be used for tempera. It weighs 400gsm and is made from high-quality cellulose.

This Fabriano Pittura Acrylic Paper is brilliant white with a rough natural-grained surface. The paper is surface and internally sized, acid-free and offers archival permanence.

Fabriano Pittura Acrylic Paper blocks contain 10 sheets and are bound on all 4 sides. For the individual sheets there is a minimum order quantity of 5 or 10, packs of sheets are also available.

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Irene
Answer by GreatArt: As the paper has been designed to handle wet paint I imagine that it would be possible use alchohol based inks with it and not experiance any bleed through. However we're not aware of the final affect from the paper's texture so would definately recommend doing a test before starting on any final work.
Kevin