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Citrus Orange Golden Rain | Gold Speckled Shuen Paper

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Article: PDE029
Decorative xuan paper in bright orange with golden speckles allowing for special effects on the resulting artwork. Made of Unsized (Unprocessed) Single Shuen this paper can be used for calligraphy writing and Sumi-e painting while the golden speckles can create stunnint effects such as rain, snow or a speckled background structure.

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Paper Material: Shuen Paper

Processing Status: Unsized

Usage: Calligraphy, Sumi-e

Dimensions: 55.2 in x 28.0 in / 138.0 cm x 70.0 cm

Packaging: Folded

Decorative Elements: Cappuccino colored decorative paper with golden flakes

With golden flakes embedded right into the paper, the Citrus Orange produces an elegance not found in most calligraphy paper. The effect produced gives the impression that the paper was left in a miraculous golden rain shower, and just did not have time for the drops do dry off.

But do not be fooled, this paper is not just about looks. The unprocessed, single-ply Xuan paper is great for calligraphy writing of all scripts because of its softness and absorbency. These traits also lend the paper to be a great medium for Sumi-e painting. The wide dimensions of the paper allow the artist to use it in many creative ways.

The paper itself is a bright orange color that perfectly complements the golden flakes it holds, which will serve to highlight any art produced upon it. Combining exquisite grace with utility, nearly any artist will find this paper a great addition to his or her artistic toolkit.

detail view of the paper the Cappuccino Golden Rain | Gold Speckled Shuen Paper whose color is also named as "the buddha yellow" owing to the fact that the color is often used in buddism material

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