I, as a restorer, are categorically against self-gluing and priming by the artist as a canvas. I hope it’s not worth explaining why. However, if you are still sure (I emphasize, sure! Most of my clients thought that they were sure) in their formulas and hands, then I will answer the two most asked questions: which uncoated canvases are the best and the better to glue an uncoated canvas.
Unprimed canvas needs to be bought exceptionally dense and without knots. Rare nodal canvases do not last long, even despite their high-quality gluing and primer.
Surprisingly, many classics of the still Soviet painting technique in their works of half a century relevance repeatedly mentioned this circumstance, however, our classical school stubbornly does not want to see the Continue reading