Paper that has a finely ribbed appearance. Compare with wove paper.
- All paper before the late 18th century is laid paper, namely paper made from a mesh with rag pulp.
- The artists use a thicker paper - everything from laid paper, offset paper to a very thick, cardboard-like paper.
- Those of you who are new to the subject of Chinese propaganda posters and are flirting with a purchase, should know that the paper quality is not comparable to laid paper of the type ‘Rives BK’ used for upper Western art prints.
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