Reproart uses quality giclee papers. Which are acid free and archival and emulating the sorts of professional papers used by many artists. See below for a detailed descriptions of the choice of archival, acid free papers.
Giclee paper: PERMAJET PORTFOLIO 220gsm
This paper is a 100% cotton rag base, 220gsm in weight and totally acid-free. The base has a natural, slightly off-white appearance and replicates colours with great depth and clarity. More info
Giclee paper: PERMAJET SMOOTH PEARL 280gsm
This paper has a luxurious pearl/lustre finish on a heavyweight base of 280gsm. It has been developed with a warm base tint and lustrous texture and finish. The paper is resin coated and is finished with a UV protective, microporous supercoat giving it a high degree of water and fade resistance. Recent independent tests concluded that the product exhibits remarkable qualities above and beyond similar papers in the marketplace. Key performance was highlighted in areas that exceeded the qualities in colour rendition, a lesser OBA content as well as a low metamerism index. With its exceptional D-max reading, this paper produces vibrant colour and monochrome images with stark definition and wide tonal range.
Giclee paper: PINNACLE ANTIQUE FINE ART 210GSM
At 210gsm this paper is lighter than many fine art papers, but it certainly feels thicker than the weight suggests. The archival qualities of this alpha cellulose paper are first class as it contains no optical brighteners and is acid and lignin free. It produces deep rich blacks and superb high definition.
Giclee paper: PINNACLE WATERCOLOUR 245GSM
This has a high white textured surface, designed to give the impression of a traditional water colour print. It is a high quality, alpha cellulose art paper with a textured surface and an Opti-coat coating which offers an excellent colour gamut and prints beautifully. It is acid-free and lignin-free.
Giclee paper: PINNACLE SOFT TEXTURED ETCHING 310GSM
This is an alpa-cellulose paper with a natural white finish and lightly structured, soft-textured surface, equivalent to a traditional etching, or watercolour paper. It has impeccable archival qualities as it is acid free, lignin free and free of Optical brighteners and meets the Fine Art Trade Guild lightfastness requirements of “6 or more on the Blue Wool Scale”.