Fredrix Style 134SP Carleton Canvas Roll, 54" x 6 yds.

Item ID
F1037
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Quick Overview

Fredrix Carleton SP Linen (Style 134SP) is a single primed, all tow yarns, medium texture, heavy weight canvas. Excellent for many techniques. It is hand primed the old fashioned way with oil grounds.
Sale Price $591.29
Sale
Reg. $656.99
List Price $1,094.98

Fredrix Carleton Linen Canvas Rolls are made from 100% Pure Linen Canvas that is oil primed.

All Fredrix Canvas is primed in the USA which allows complete control over the priming process. How the paint reacts to the artist canvas surface is what really matters. 140 years of experience has given Fredrix the knowledge and tools to create superior primed canvas of high archival quality.

Style 134SP Carleton Linen Canvas Roll - Fredrix Carleton SP Linen (Style 134SP) is a single primed, all tow yarns, medium texture, heavy weight canvas. Excellent for many techniques. It is hand primed the old fashioned way with oil grounds.

More Information
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Brand Fredrix
Series Pro Series
Size 54" x 6 yds.
Length 6 yds.
Width 54"
Format Canvas Roll
Weight 9 oz.
Texture Medium Heavy Duty
Material Linen
Priming Oil Single-Primed
No. 1037 CARLETON

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