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Fisher 400 Art Paper Sheets 12x16

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12" x 16"
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Product Description

12x16, 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. best product ever!! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Mar 9th 2015

    I have not opened the latest paper, but I know from using it before, I will be pleased with it. I'm not a painter who can put the color down and leave it--I'm constantly experimenting with it, so my paper gets a lot of abuse, but it hangs in there until the last and final color is laid on--and I do not use a fixative on it. As I have told you before, it was highly recommended to me by another artist and I will do the same.

  2. The best and only pastel surface! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Oct 17th 2014

    I've used this paper for almost two years. To this day I have never found a better surface. I have many other brands at home but they just sit there unused because I prefer Fisher 400. Fisher holds more pastel than most other surfaces and has an even grit. I like details in my paintings as well as impressionistic areas. Both approaches work. Lately I've done dry underpaintings which is convenient en plein air. Because the surface is tough, corrections are easily done. My work improved greatly when I discovered Fisher 400.