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I've got nothing to gain if someone from the list goes to Utrecht on my
recommendation--except for the good feeling I get from helping someone in
need. I have enjoyed buying my paints and canvas at great prices from
Utrecht stores in the northeast for more than 25 years. While I was under
the impression that they manufacture canvas, perhaps they buy it now or
perhaps I was simply misinformed. There is no doubt, however, that they
manufacture acrylic and oil paint. Their paints are of a high quality and
are available in handy large sizes. They used to publish a very interesting
pamphlet about the process. I'm not sure its still available, but if it is
I'll bet its on their web page. www.Utrechtart.com
I am unfamiliar with this "Thomas Resister" you mention. Perhaps you could
enlighten me as to what it is?
At 5:06 PM 2/7/98, Joseph Augusta wrote:
>Mark Alexander wrote:
>> Dear Monkey,
>> Utrecht is a great art supply source. At one time the place was called
>> Utrecht Linens, after the full line of painter's canvas they manufacture.
>You sound like a copywriter for Utrecht, if so you should reveal
>yourself as such. If not, you should be advised that Utrecht is a
>second-generation retail supplier and the person who posted the query
>should do a search under canvas manufacturers in the Thomas Register to
>get a much better price.