Mahogany Veneer MDF 2-Pack


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The MDF core (a dimensionaly stable, masonite-like material) has a veneer surface on both sides (one good side). For use as an unreinforced painting panel, MDF is superior to plywood because of its resistance to warping. Approximate weight per panel is shown below. One-quarter inch thick (.25"). NOTE: For really striking, traditional results, choose a clear primer. In the painting to the right, see how the natural color and grain of the wood has been used to advantage by applying a clear primer like (602) Gamblin Galkyd #1.

Featured image: "Ault, CO" by Monica Esposito © 2005, 6"x8" Oil on Mahogany.

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