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Fisher 400 Art Paper Sheets 11x14

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11" x 14"
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Product Description

11x14, Package of 10

Fisher 400 Art Paper Sheets


Developed by Tim Fisher specifically for painting with pastels. The paper has no surface pattern, which can otherwise show through, on your painting, and it will take layer after layer of pastel. Suitable for both fine, detailed work and also for more impressionistic painting. It is also very good for mixed media. His revolutionary surface has proved popular with both professional and amateur painters.

Paper coated with a fine abrasive grit, for pastel work. Only available in buff color , but can be tinted with inks, acrylics or watercolors.

  • 360gsm pH7 (neutral) backing paper
  • Surface designed for artists and is popular with professional artists
  • Electro statically coated for perfect grit spacing
  • Will hold more pastel than any other paper
  • Superior multi layering of pastel
  • PH 7 waterproof glue
  • Pale buff light-fast surface can be tinted
  • Reduced dusting when working
  • Highly durable paper
  • Ageing tests saw no change in pH
  • Ideal for soft and oil pastel, mixed media, and colored pencil

Used by professional artists worldwide


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Product Reviews

  1. My new favorite paper! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Feb 26th 2018

    I learned about the Fisher 400 paper through the Brush and Pencil website but it was hard to find anywhere. Someone recommended ProArt Panels and I’ve been in heaven since! The quality is wonderful and it’s my new favorite paper for colored pencil! The detail I achieve is something I never expected on sanded paper.

  2. Fantastic paper, now my must-have 4 Star Review

    Posted by on Oct 31st 2017

    This is one of the best papers I have ever used, for anything, EVER. If you use any dry media techniques requiring a lot of layers, this paper handles it like a champ. I never did count how many I got on my last project, and I didn't even use fixative in between. No need. As I was drawing I completely forgot the usual considerations with layering. It just kept taking as much pastel pencil as I could throw at it. I love love love that it doesn't have any discernible pattern in the tooth so I wasn't fighting against grainy patches. I used Sofft pastel tools to blend out the pencil, and it looked just beautiful with very little effort. Scribble the pencil on however you want--it blends out smooth and perfect.

    The only issue I have is that the paper curls a bit, but it will lay and tape flat just fine. The curl only became a problem trying to keep the paper on a vertically-mounted light box. Because of the curl, the paper kept popping out of the tape, but possibly the paper is just too heavy for the tape I was using at the time. It would be nice to have a lighter watermark or nothing at all on the back, as the Fisher 400 writing interferes with seeing other images through a lightbox, but the paper isn't at all hard to see through otherwise.

    If you work in dry media techniques that need papers with some tooth, GET THIS PAPER.

  3. Fabulous paper 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Mar 12th 2013

    I have just started using this fabulous paper. I tried to get some when I was in the UK, but it is not stocked in stores and is only available on line I think. I can't say enough about how great I think this is; by far the best paper I have tried to date. I have always used another popular make, but it's Fisher for me from now on. It seems to take an unlimited amount of soft pastel layers and I love that it takes liquid for underpainting.