As a newcomer to high-end printing I was surprised and disappointed to find that use of the correct paper/printer profiles was not enough to prevent slightly different paper colours affecting the print colouration.
Using an ESP 9900 with, first, Epson Photo Quality Inkjet, then Velvet Fine Art, to make a copy of an oil painting. I spent ages in Lightroom, making test prints on the PQIJ paper, then having gotten quite a good match, switched to the VFA, to find an obvious colour cast, apparently due to the warmer colour of the paper. It looks like I'll have to use the same paper for test prints as for the final one from now on, but shouldn't profiles, at least ones from the maker of printer, ink and paper, take care of that? Maybe I'm just too idealistic.