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Pastel Premier Paper Sheets 11x14

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11x14 Package of 10


Pastel Premier is a truly unique 100% Cotton/  Archival Quality pastel paper. It is double primed and coated with an aluminum oxide created for Pastel Premier to produce an ideal surface for pastel painting. The final seal coat makes this paper extremely durable and able to withstand almost any measure of scrubbing and reworking. The paper works with a wide range of media  as an underpainting and accepts as many as 25 layers of pastel.

  • 100% Cotton/Archival Quality
  •  Heavy 145 lb., 310 gsm paper
  •  Accepts multiple layers of pastel
  •  Extraordinarily durable surface
  •  Made in the U.S.A.
  •  320 Grit | Medium Fine | Italian Clay
  •  400 Grit | Fine | White
  •  600 Grit | Extra Fine | White
  •  Medium Grit | Terracotta, Buff, Slate

Pastel Premier is preferred not only by pastel painters, but is widely used with oil and acrylics, all other dry media as well as colored pencil. No other surface has the characteristics found in Pastel Premier that will work with such a wide range of media.


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  1. Fantastic Pastel Paper 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Jul 15th 2015

    Pastel Premium Italian Clay paper in 320 grit is a terrific product that holds multiple layers of soft pastel. Grit is evenly distributed across the painting surface which makes for a consistent application and keeps the look of the finished paintings fresh and professional. Thanks!

  2. Excellent product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Mar 23rd 2015

    I've been using Wallis professional paper for some years now and I really love it. However, ever since Wallis has major production problems I have been searching for a substitute that is just as good. I just tried your 320 Grit paper and found that is just as good as the Wallis. My question to you is do you plan to offer this product in large sheets?