Hahnemuhle mould-made Bugra papers, named after the Book and Graphics trade fair in Leipzig in the 1920s. Produced on a cylinder mould machine with genuine deckle edges. It is a 100% alpha cellulose, duo-surface paper, with a laid, toothy texture on one side, and a smooth texture on the other, which gives it its distinctive surface. Such surface variety lends itself to a variety of medium including: multiple printing techniques, dry painting & drawing, pastel & painting. Bugra also comes into its own when used as lining paper for framing purposes as well as an end paper in bookbinding and conservation. Acid free and age resistant.
Sheet size: 32" x 40" or 33" x 41" Grain direction: Short
Weight: 130 gsm
Color: Bugra is available in a wide range of lightfast colors.
Please note that some of the colors are no longer available.