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Edition Signed & Numbered
of something collectible, such as prints, limited to a certain
quantity of numbered copies. It
is hand signed by the artist and numbered to correspond with the Certificate of
Authenticity. The first number indicates the number of the piece; the second
number indicates the total quantity of the edition, e.g.,
135/250. Normally when the publisher sold out the artwork due to limited
edition, the value may increase in the secondary market if additional people
desire to purchase it.
What is an Artist's
Traditionally about 10% of the edition is reserved for the
artist and such the designation Artist Proof. Due to the even smaller
edition size and availability, the Artist Proof can appreciate much faster
than Signed & Numbered, especially when the artist is famous and has
large number of followers or collectors. It's more valuable for collectors.
do I purchase a Limited Edition print/ canvas after it is Sold
Out at Publisher? (SOP)
When the limited Edition artwork was
sold out from Publisher, the only way to get it is through secondary market
among galleries and collectors. The secondary market price could be higher
than its original publisher issuing price.
is a Print?
A generic term used
to describe an impression made on paper from a block, plate or film
negative, for example.
A process which lifts the image on a print off the paper support so that
it can be transferred to a canvas mount.
A generic term used to
designate a print made by a planographic process, such as an original
lithograph done on a lithographic stone or a commercial print made by a
Giclee' (gee-clay) - is a
French term meaning "spraying of ink." Printing is directly from
information obtained from the original painting, Iris Printers spray
microscopic drops of color on to a fine art paper or canvas. Displaying the
full color spectrum, these artworks have vibrant, brilliant colors and a
velvety texture. This gives the finished product the look and texture
of an original painting.
A method of printing using a hand-cut or photographically prepared
stencil attached to silk or a polyester fabric through which color is
forced. Also, referred to as a silk-screen or screen print.
is Your Return Policy?
Please check the details of
our Return Policy Page.