The Paper House Winslow Water Colour Pad

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SKU: 0426080

Sale price$48.98 Regular price$69.98

Pickup available at Unit 11 / 12 Cecil Road, Hornsby

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For multiple variant order, kindly use the "Bulk Order" sheet below.


(Size: 9x12" 200gsm 100 sheets, A3 200gsm 50 sheets, A3 300gsm 100 sheets)

The Paper House Water Colour pad is suitable for beginners to artists. 

Whilst designed for water colour, this European paper is also suitable for acrylic, gouache, water colour markers and sticks.

Suitable for repeated washed due to its sizing.

200gsm Medium Texture, Acid Free Paper. 

  • 9x12" (24x32cm) contains 100 sheets
  • A3 (29.7x42cm) contains 50 sheets

300gsm A3 pad is also available. Includes 100 sheets. Medium Texture, Acid Free Paper.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Regularly purchase

Regular user of this art paper, and so pleased I could source so easily with quick delivery. Thank you!

Athina Vitlis
Perfect for Stamping!

Arrived super quick and I love the versatility of the paper, I've been using this for few years now. I not so much paint but rather stamp and then paint and I love how the watercolour paper behaves and I found that even lower end watercolors still look great as well as the high end ones. Its stiff enough for what I do with the stamping and drying watercolour dots and soft enough for washes and layering without pilling. And price... the best out there by far. Thanks guys

Josie Swan

Fabulous quality. Arrived sooner than expected. Well wrapped to prevent damage. Excellent price. Thanks.

Excellent value for price

I've been using this brand exclusively for years. The 200GSM option is great for practicing or for doing paintings with a few light washes, but the 300GSM option is sturdy and can take heavy washes.

Matthew Cooper
Perfect for students, not for Washes

In terms of cost, for 100 sheets this is a very good deal. however I found that this paper in terms of quality is only something for students, the paper being made of Cellulose doesnt absorb the water well. it more sits on the surface of the paper and absorbs very slowly. this makes glassing and washes with many layers, wet on wet techniques, and other techniques such as blooms alot more difficult than it should be. in short for student level, and for practice paper. it's well worth it. but not for high quality paper.

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