Traditionally, ateliers used a high quality, handmade paper called 'Roma' produced by the renowned Italian paper mill Fabriano. Unfortunately, Fabriano have recently ceased production of its toned papers. I carried out some research into suitable toned alternatives and LARA has published my findings on their website.
Click here to read about my investigations.
2/1/2020 12:30:13 pm
We might not know what could be the reason why Fabriano has stopped producing their toned papers, but I am sure that will always have their reasons, Just like what I said, they live in there world pf business that’s why I am sure that it has something to do with it. But of course, I am pretty sad with the news that came out. I am sure that people still crave to get their perfectly toned papers, and if Fabriano will stop producing it, people have to find another great one to produce it for them.
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Ben Laughton Smith
Contemporary works of art in the classical tradition.