Pro Art 12-Inch by 16-Inch Watercolor Paper Block 140-Pound
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- Watercolor paper
- 140-pound paper
- 12-inch by 16-inch block
- Strong rough surface
- Sized to withstand repeated washes and scrubbings
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Top Customer Reviews
When watercolor painting outside (in art circles referred to as "paint en plein air") a Watercolor Block allows you the opportunity to paint without paper stretched on a drawing board. This block also has the advantage of 12 sheets of acid free, heavy paper, the equivalent of carrying twelve drawing boards with you. Very convenient. You can paint with the block on your lap or on any solid surface while standing. When completed, simply peal off the painting and you have a new sheet ready for use.
The paper takes washes and detail painting, with no migration found when using some cheaper papers, resulting in clearly defined edges.
This economical paper also is available on Amazon.com in 5 x 7-inch, 7 x 10-inch and 12 x 16-inch blocks.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased 2 different sizes of this brand from a local art store. Hands down the worst paper I've ever had. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pmw
The quality of this paper is really bad. It shouldn't be sold as watercolor paper. One of the characteristics of watercolor paper is that it holds the water on top for a little... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
If this wasn't a gift I would have returned it. I didn't have time, but encountered the recipient to return it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bob
Block came unattached to cardboard backing, meaning as a watercolor block it will rely entirely on the other sheets of paper to prevent it from buckling and drying flat. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Johnathan Aaron Ruple
Really bad...the paper itself is good quality but it didn't come cut. Meaning, all 15 pages were still glued together at all 4 sides. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ivan Leos