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What exactly do I mean by "Prints"?

The photos on this page were kindly provided by collectors in Cologne, Germany, West Ocean City, MD and Exeter, NH showing my prints as they appear matted, framed and in their room settings. 

Prints are a great alternative to the cost of a painting. 

Each is a signed and numbered, limited edition archival print, also regarded as a legitimate piece of fine art that should appreciate in value. In the fine art world, they are referred to as Giclee (Gee-clay) prints.  These prints are proofed and printed one at a time by a master printmaker in a digital atelier, color-matched to the original painting under the direction of the artist.  These prints are not made on ink jet printers or printing presses. They are not posters, which have a limited value. They are made on large format technical printers that employ ten or more archival pigmented inks, meaning inks that are color-fast, and prints that will last a minimum of 70 to 100 years if professionally framed and properly hung in a location not exposed to excessive direct sunlight. 

A giclee print will be a faithful reproduction of an original painting.

My prints are on a fine German sheet, called Hahnemule German Etching, a 310gsm acid-free cotton rag. So, when you order one of my prints, you are acquiring a museum quality, archival pigment print on acid-free cotton rag paper that I have approved, signed and numbered.  The image size of the print will be the approximate size of the painting.  I invite your inquiries about the paintings presented on this site.  Prints may be made of any one of them.