Art print by By Taban from the STAIN Collection, exclusively for squarepaint. Printed on 310g Hahnemühle German Etching paper. This collection is inspired by accidents, by the unplanned. A dropped egg. A fallen leaf. An artist’s pallet. There’s something in everything.
Packed and shipped in a protective cardboard tube — Worldwide shipping.
Fits standard frames. Frame not included.
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Hahnemühle German Etching
This heavyweight paper has a slightly warm base tone and a strong mottled texture. It creates a print with strong colours and deep blacks that feel rich and high in contrast. This is due to the texture of the paper enabling it to hold more ink and capture the light. The German Etching is one of our heavier weight Giclée art printing papers. With its weight and strong texture this paper gives an artwork a handmade crafted feel. Hahnemüle German Etching is a robust Giclée paper, meaning it doesn’t tend to fray as much at the edges.
The super matt finish of Hahnemüle Photorag makes this paper one of our most popular papers amongst artists, illustrators & photographers alike. The paper gives muted blacks with even colour reproduction, and excellent detail. The surface has minimal texture with a chalky smooth cotton feel which creates smooth colour gradients. It has a delicate surface, so we recommend extra care when handling. Photorag is suitable for mounting but its cotton texture means edges can fray if not carefully handled.