Drawing paper having the same characteristics as the gray-blue paper of lithographic plate from Charles Bargue's drawing course, except for its slightly lighter thickness (140 g) to reduce grain.
Ideal for making your drawing on a paper with the same color and texture as the model. This will allow you to better judge values and make your drawing easier.
Paper is tinted with light-resistant pigments, 140 g, size 50 x 60 cm.
This paper is suitable for graphite pencil drawing and for dry charcoal. If you use soft charcoals, 180g warm gray paper is more suitable.
It is normal to have slight variations in shade from one production to another.