Museo Fine Art Inkjet Paper
Museo fine art paper is used to make long-lasting art prints on aqueous inkjet printers that use pigment inks.
The 100-percent cotton papers were originally developed by Crane & Co, the historic Boston-area papermaker that is renowned for its fine stationery. Museo inkjet paper is now manufactured by Coveris Advanced Coatings, the same precision-coating company that makes Magic inkjet media.
Many professional photographers and artists (and serious amateur photographers and artists) choose Museo inkjet paper to make greeting cards, invitations, announcements, and sell-able prints of their best work.
Museo fine art paper is manufactured to archival standards (Library of Congress, ISO). The all-cotton paper is internally buffered (to prevent long-term environmental acidification) and made without optical brightening agents (OBAs). When OBAs fade over time, the paper looks yellow, changing the appearance of the print.
Freedom Paper offers three popular types of Museo products:
Museo Portfolio Rag 300 gsm for art reproductions, portfolios, and exhibition prints
Museo Max Archival Fine Art Paper 250 gsm, or 365 gsm, for extraordinary print quality and archival permanence
Museo Silver Rag Gloss Fine Art Paper 300 gsm for fine art photos on a fiber-based paper.
If you have questions about Museo papers, give us a call. The customer-service team at Freedom Paper will help you find the answers.