A truly British paper made in Wells by St.Cuthberts Mill, located in the south west of England on the banks of the River Axe.
Bockingford paper is made by utilising natural woollen felts, which give this paper a distinct random textured surface. It is said that watercolour is an “unforgiving paint”. At least then you can have a peace of mind that this paper is more than willing to forgive for the mistakes you may make when you are releasing your creativity.
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- Single Sheets (White or Cream)
- Fat Pads (Various sizes and textures)
- Blocks - 12 sheets, glued on all edges, various textures
- Wood free
- Acid Free
- Internally Sized
- Highly lightfast paper
- Archival Quality
- Papers lighter than 300g/m² will usually benefit from being stretched, so that if you apply a wash the risk of the paper buckling is significantly reduced.
- Don’t leave masking fluid on the paper for too long, as the longer it is left on the harder it is to remove, meaning that it is likely to damage the papers surface. As the surface is is absent of gelatine surface sizing, the paper is not as robust as others for using masking fluid.
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