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These sleek, newly designed Canson Montvale pads feature a heavyweight, cold press, watercolor paper made in France. This paper is mold made and performs beautifully with all wet medias. The surface withstands scraping, erasing, and repeated washes. These pads contain micro-perforated true size sheets. They also feature an innovative removable half-sheet with tips and techniques which can also be reinserted and used as a bookmark. Each pad contains 20 sheets of 140 pound/300 gram paper, acid free, 9 x 12 inch paper.
The history of Canson spans nearly half a millennium since the factory was born in 1557 in the small hamlet of Vidalon, now a neighborhood in Annonay Ardeche, and developed through the Montgolfier family.
Over generations, Canson has managed to retain the expertise of master craftsmen stationers, while continuing to innovate: tracing paper in 1807, Mi-Teintes, the first dyed paper , a patented photographic paper in 1865 and used by the pioneers of photography, the famous school 'pochette' in 1947, Canson Infinity, a range dedicated to inkjet printing for editing and art photography in 2008 ...
Over the centuries, the greatest artists and designers have used the Canson papers: Delacroix, Van Gogh, Degas, Matisse, Picasso, Dali, Warhol, Jean-Michel Alberola, Toguo, Philippe Starck, Yan Pei-Ming ...
Canson has created special links with them up to imagine special papers for Ingres and Maillol, or by giving to them support and visibility, whether they be great artists, designers, architects, fashion designers, cartoonists, photographers and amateur enthusiasts as well as children and schoolchildren.