The Hahnemühle mould-made Ingres papers, named after the famous French
painter Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1780-1867) are produced on a cylinder
mould with deckled edges. Due to its fine-ribbed and toothed surface, this paper
features a modest look. Ingres is perfectly suited for the dry drawing and painting
techniques, such as pencil, chalks, pastel and red chalk.
The individual sheets are deckle-edged on all four sides and available in 12 colours.
They are not only well suited for drawing and painting but also for different printing
techniques or the use as exclusive envelope or cover material.
The pads feature a two-side deckle edge and are available in the following nine
shades of colour: bright white, white, ivory, antique,yellowish, brown, mouse grey,
middle grey and grey brown.