Canson Montval watercolor paper has great erasability. The essential key for this high-quality watercolor paper is the ability to easily make corrections. This paper allows corrections even using a simple brush stroke.
Canson Montval's paper was designed by the famous artist Gaspar Maillol at the beginning of the 20th century and made on a Fourdrinier machine.
Montval is a watercolor paper, however, it can also be used with other wet media such as gouache or acrylic. Canson Montval
Canson Montval was designed by the famous painter Gaspard Maillol in the early 20th century and made on a Fourdrinier machine. Canson Montval is "THE" paper when it comes to watercolor, however, it can also be used with other wet techniques such as gouache or acrylic.
This beautiful cold-pressed surface allows for multiple reliefs and effects.
Delicate shade, cold-pressed, snowy grain, numerous qualities make this paper a classic "Must Have" among the Canson family of products.
Weight or thickness:
185, 200 et 300 g/m² (cold-pressed).
Colors and textures:
2 available textures: cold pressed and snowy grain.