The Fine-art Prints Store started on March 20, 2019. Currently, the modest number of prints will gradually increase. If you would like to buy some print of my work, but it is not in the shop, just let me know.
Fine-art Prints - specification
Fine Art prints are prepared according to the Museum and Conservation rules and meet high archival standards.
- Original Print in Digigraphie quality made on own Epson devices [Epson UltraChrome HD Pigment Ink]. No one except the author has contact with the original digital file.
- Limited edition prints – 10 items.
- Each print is signed with a graphite pencil [Koh-I-Noor] or an archive pen [Sakura – Pigma Micron] depending on the type of paper [Fine-art / Baryt].
- The signature is located under the photo / print area on the sheet of paper according to the pattern of the graphics. This method is more suitable for printing than the reverse signaling method typical of silver prints.
- Signing method: signature of the author in the lower right corner and numbering in the left: number of the print / total number of edition.
List of used / favorite papers:
- Hahnemühle – Photo Rag 308 [Digigraphie]
- Hahnemühle – Photo Rag Ultra Smooth 305
- Hahnemühle – Photo Rag Bright White 310 [Digigraphie]
- Hahnemühle – Photo Rag Pearl 320 [Digigraphie]
- Hahnemühle – FineArt Pearl 285
- Hahnemühle – FineArt Baryta 325
- Epson – Hot Press Natural 330 [Digigraphie / Epson Signature Worthy]
- Epson – Hot Press Bright 330 [Digigraphie / Epson Signature Worthy]
- Epson – Traditional Photo Paper [Digigraphie / Epson Signature Worthy]
- Canson – Baryta Photographique 310
All materials used for the framing meet archival standards and come from renowned manufacturers.
The method of framing according to gallery / museum standards in dry mounting technique.
Elements of the frame:
Nielsen aluminum frames.
- Nielsen Alpha – The frames recommended and used in framing by myself as a standard, produced in Germany, high quality, stylish design.
Nielsen Bainbridge – an American company, a global leader in production of aluminum frameworks for the art of galleries and museums.
- Crescent – Conservation MatBoards [Colour: White / Natural]
- Crescent – RagMat Museum Solid [Colour: White]
- Romerturm – MuseumsKarton [Colour: Altweiss / Naturweiss]
Crescent – an American company, a recognized producer of materials for framing art in conservation and museum quality.
The Archival quality is described by the FATG classification: Standard / Better [Conservation] / Best [Museum]
Prints are fastening without gluing. The Print is not in contact with glue and is not installed Permanently. Thanks to this, the frame can be replaced if necessary.
If you buy Print without frame, it will be sent in a cardboard tube by DHL courier. If you order Print with Frame, the shipping method will be set individually. Personal collection can be also possible.