Satin (semi gloss) 235gsm conservation fine art paper. This paper is especially suited to image reproductions, where the semi gloss finish creates an intense reproductive quality. Optimized with archival pigment inks this print media achieves a gallery quality standard.
Natural white gallery media with a satin finish
Archival inks for higher ink density and lightfast pigments
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Ohara Koson (1877 - 1945) a Japanese painter and print designer of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and was a large part of the shin-hanga ("new prints") movement in Japan.
Koson produced some ukiyo-e triptychs illustrating episodes of the Russo-Japanese War, but he mostly produced art prints of birds and flowers. Koson's work was exhibited abroad and his art was well received and sold quickly, particularly in the United States.