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Ilford Multigrade Art 300 Paper - New Black & White Paper

Ilford Photo, the renowned photo manufacturer, has announced the development of a new black and white silver-based printing paper.

Ilford Multigrade Art 300 Paper is a new heavy hundred percent cotton rag, 300 GSM, fine art printing paper for black-and-white wet darkroom printers.

This is exciting news for all darkroom workers. Not only is there a new high grade printing material on the way, but it signals Ilford’s continuing dedication to silver-based materials.

Production for the new paper is scheduled to begin in March, with the first product stock available in the United States by early May 2011.

From the Ilford publicity:

NEW ILFORD MULTIGRADE ART PAPER coming soon

Following extensive user trials we are pleased to announce the launch of a brand new darkroom paper.

Featuring ILFORD MULTIGRADE EMULSION coated on a 300gsm fine art, 100% cotton rag, acid free base, that has been exclusively developed for HARMAN technology by Hahnemühle FineArt GmbH, the manufacturer of world class fine art papers.

ILFORD MULTIGRADE ART 300 PAPER has exceptional wet strength and shares similar archival processing characteristics with our current range of MULTIGRADE baryta papers. The ILFORD MULTIGRADE ART 300 PAPER is suitable for toning and lith printing.

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  4 Responses to “Ilford Announces New Multigrade Art 300 Paper”

  1. What great news that Ilford is investing in black and white photography! I used to love their papers….

    • yeah, it’s pretty exciting knowing that there is a new print product coming from one of the all time best companies.

      I know a lot of darkroom workers anxious for the Ilford Mukltigrade 300 Art paper

  2. Iford is a company worth supporting.

    Shame Kodak and Fuji are just going for the bottom end of the market and have no interest in genuine fine art photography.

    • Agreed that Ilford deserves our support.

      They’ve gone through changes in recent years, but are obviously committed to the medium we all love.

      Fuji had been reasserting their determination as well, even though their sales were declining. Had you heard something to the contrary, Edward? I admit I haven’t been following Fuji of late.

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