a type of paper named after the Neoclassical French painter
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. The paper has a distinctive texture known as a chain
and laid-line surface. Mi-Teintes has a different texture - slightly grainy on
one side with a rougher honeycomb structure on the other. Both papers are good
for pastel, charcoal and other mediums as the textured surface allows the
materials to adhere to the paper. These papers are popular with bookbinders for
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