ANM - Nomentana

Moderately heavy canvas

ANM - Nomentana99. black
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ANM - Nomentana00. natural
ANM - Nomentana00. natural
The image underlines as the ANM - Nomentana canvas is endowed with a light transparency in spite of its consistence and compactness.
Teatro Comunale ''Luciano Pavarotti'' A backdrop made of ANM - Nomentana canvas, natural colour and painted by Rinaldo Rinaldi and Maria Grazia Cervetti.The painting represents a Frontward lifting curtain with single tail and vertical fullness.
Teatro Lirico of Cagliari, ''Carmen'' The ANM - Nomentana canvas, thanks to its sturdiness, is often used as a support for particular scenographic works.In the case in the picture, the wall's effect similar to a very raw plaster was obtained smearing a backdrop manufactured with ANM - Nomentana canvas with a particular rubbery foam opportunely painted.
Teatro Lirico of Cagliari, ''Carmen'' The upper part of a special backdrop made of ANM - Nomentana was covered by painted paper, while the lower underlines the same technique of the previous picture.
Fashion show ''Marella Ferrera'' The walk of a fashion parade.The scenographers simulated a lava carpet using the ANM - Nomentana canvas as a support.
ANM - Nomentana is a resistant and tightly twill-woven canvas.
It has a slight transparency, despite its consistency and compactness.
Thanks to its sturdiness, it is often used as a scenographic floor or in the creation of scenographic fabric details that require a particular resistance.
The cotton and linen composition makes it very suitable also as a canvas for painting.
Flame reaction
FR - flame retardant
FR certification
EN 13501-1 class B s1 d0
EN 13773 class 1
DIN 4102 class B1
70% cotton, 30% linen
290 g/m²
300 cm
± 60 m
Packing method
Available colours
see colour chart
Custom colours
not available

Rating 5.0
Rating 2.5 natural colour

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Colour chart

ANM - Nomentana00. natural99. black

This material was used for...

Fashion show ''Marella Ferrera''


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