Brustro Artists' Acrylic Paper 400 Gsm 56 x 76 cm (10 Sheets)

Brustro Artists' Acrylic Paper 400 Gsm 56 x 76 cm (10 Sheets)

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Mona pandey
Worthy product😊😊

This acrylic paper is a dream to work with. The quality is exceptional, and it provides the perfect surface for my acrylic paintings. The thickness and texture of the paper are just right, allowing the paint to glide smoothly and adhere beautifully.

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Subheksha mullick

Examine how well the paper retains the vibrancy and richness of acrylic pigments

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Sahil Singh
Brustro Artists' Acrylic Paper 400 Gsm 56 x 76 cm (10 Sheets)

Thank you brustro for this amazing product

Brustro Artists' Acrylic Paper is fourdrinier-made paper with prime quality cellulose pulp, high-quality, lignin-free, cold pressed that's acid-free and archival, guaranteeing inalterability over time. The heavy weight of the paper, its textured surface, and its internal and external sizing make it Ideal for acrylic, and recommended for oil and tempera. Perfect for artists' & amateurs. Made in Italy. Brustro is a registered trademark of Creative Hands Art Materials Pvt. Ltd.

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