FINE ART PRINT QUALITY

FINE ART & PHOTO PAPER

ARCHIVAL | 100% COTTON | HIGH WHITE | RICH HIGH D-MAX BLACKS

Fine Art Smooth is a 200gsm Alpha-Cellulose paper. Fine Art Smooth is the most popular fine art print quality paper photographers who choose to create high-quality fine art prints. The fine, smooth surface is ideal for printing both black and white and color photographs and art reproductions.

A  silky smooth surface structure that has the natural characteristics of a smooth high-white art paper. The surface has a special matte coating for high-quality fine art & photographic reproduction.

ARCHIVAL FINE ART PRINT QUALITY

Archival Ultrachrome printing guarantees the best Fine Art Print Quality possible. Paper is cotton rag with balanced PH to give you acid-free stability for the utmost longevity. Genuine Epson Ultrachrome inks offer a fade-free or yellowing warranty of 200 years! (Indoor lighting conditions away from direct sunlight)

WARRANTY

200 Year warranty against fading under normal indoor lighting conditions.

PRINT SIZES

  • INCHES | 33-1/8 x 46-13/16
  • MILLIMETERS | 841 x 1188
  • CENTIMETERS | 84.1 x 118.8
  • INCHES | 23-3/8 x 33-1/8
  • MILLIMETERS | 594 x 841
  • CENTIMETERS 59.4 x 84.1
  • INCHES | 16-1/2 x 23-3/8 in
  • MILLIMETERS | 420 x 594 mm
  • CENTIMETERS | 42.0 x 59.4 cm
  • INCHES 11-3/4 x 16-1/2
  • MILLIMETERS | 297 x 420 
  • CENTIMETERS | 29.7 x 42.0 

FINE ART PRINT COLLECTIONS

Fine art prints are reproductions of original artwork created with the intention of the print itself being the final art form. Here’s a breakdown of what makes them special:

HIGH QUALITY MATERIALS:

  • PAPAER | Unlike regular prints, fine art prints use archival, acid-free paper specifically chosen for its longevity and ability to retain color and detail. This ensures the print resists yellowing, cracking, or fading for many years.
  • INK | Fine art prints utilize pigment-based inks, rather than dyes used in standard prints. Pigments are more lightfast and produce richer, deeper colors with smoother tonal variations.

PRINTING TECHNIQUES

  • GICLéE: This is a popular method for fine art prints, using high-resolution digital files and specialized inkjet printers to create high-quality reproductions.

FOCUS ON ARTIST’S VISION

  • The creation of the print is considered part of the artist’s creative process, ensuring the final product faithfully represents the original artwork.

LIMITED EDITIONS

  • Some fine art prints are limited editions, meaning only a specific number of copies are produced. This can add value to the print over time.

Overall, fine art prints bridge the gap between owning an original artwork and enjoying a high-quality, long-lasting reproduction. They allow you to bring the beauty and inspiration of great art into your home at a more accessible price point.

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