The original painting is professionally photographed by the team that works for the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, to produce the highest quality for reproduction. The giclée prints are manually colour corrected by an art expert and printed on the best high end printer especially built for art reproductions, using 9 different ink cartridges.
The best quality paper is chosen for reproductions, being 100% cotton, 308 grs Photo Rag Hahnemuhle paper.
To guarantee quality, each print comes with a certificate of authenticity, which includes all the information of the print, and which number of the edition you have purchased (in case of a numbered edition). The certificate is signed by the artist, and includes an embossed seal.
Every print has its unique number in the series. It’s not possible to request a certain number as the prints are sold in the order of purchase, and the number you want might already be sold to someone else.
When the edition has sold, no reproductions in this form will be created, which means you own an exclusive art print.
Tips and framing advice
– Do not hang art prints or original art in direct sunlight. If you want to hang the art in a sunny room you may want to buy UV-protected glass in your frame.
– Here you can find a guide on how to frame your art print.
Any further questions? You might find the answer on the FAQ-page.