Hahnemuhle's Natural Line of digital fine art papers are focused on medias made from unique raw materials. The bamboo, hemp, and agave papers are all made from cellulose fibers from these plants, blended with cotton. These plants are sustainable, grow quickly and don't require any pesticides. This means more cellulose can be produced on the same amount of land compared with other materials, and these plants all require much less water with helps preserve valuable resources and makes them even more environmentally friendly.
Hahnemuhles Hemp uses one of the oldest and most diverse natural fibers in the world. This 290 gsm lightly textured watercolor paper is made from 60% hemp fiber and 40% cotton. The hemp gives this paper a naturally bright white tone without the need for optical brighteners. It's acid and lignin free and meets the most exacting requirements for longevity. Hemp has been used as an essential part of paper production for centuries due to it's extremely robust fibers. It has historically been used for important documents that required the best longevity, such as the Gutenberg Bible and the US Declaration of Independence. Available in widths up to 44".
Approximate longevity of 60-100 years under glass in gallery lighting conditions, and greater than 200 years if displayed under UV filtered glass.
Extremely eco-friendly and sustainable. Excellent archival properties. It's an interesting paper because of it's composition, but it also produces excellent color.
Like all paper prints, it should be framed under glass.
Fine art reproductions and photo prints of the highest quality.
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