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Inorganic Picments and marbling on paper

Posted: Fri Oct 25, 2019 1:02 pm
by Printmaker90249
For the last 18 months I spend my Time taken a Building I bought down to bare walls and rebuild it thus.
I will have a proper Business License by January 1st, 2020.
I marble on Paper, Gum Tragacanth and inorganic Pigments (Stone, Earth etc.)
Mostly copies of Pigment and hue correct 15ct Papers for Restoration work on Books, etc.
I run a Pigment lab for inorganic Pigments and I'm setup to grind Pigments to make inks and Gouaches, Lakes, etc.
I'm located in Southern California and be reached by


Re: Inorganic Picments and marbling on paper

Posted: Sat Feb 01, 2020 11:43 am
by jemiljan
Hi Ludwig, curious, but there is only one (supposedly) 15th-century marbled paper, published in the Met Musuem’s Deccan show catalogue, but since it lacks a clear provenance, it’s debatable. The earliest marbling is all mainly 16th-century.