About the prints
Giclee prints - are high quality digital reproductions using inkjet technology. This type of printing accurately provides all the hues and tones of the original artwork and is far superior in colour accuracy than any other type of reproduction: there isn't the visible dot screen pattern found in previous reproduction methods.
Images are generated from high resolution digital scans of the original artwork and printed using archival-quality inks (developed for their light-fast properties) onto fine art paper (285 gsm acid-free cotton mix) or canvas (380 gsm acid-free poly/cotton mix). These latest inks and substrates have vastly extended the longevity of giclée prints making them acceptable by museums, academies and galleries, and ensuring your print stays stable for many years to come.
Each print is expertly reproduced in the U.K. and signed by the artist in limited editions. It comes with a certificate of authentication: the artist's guarantee of its quality and provenance.
Painting Places tries to accurately represent each of the prints shown on the website, however it is worth considering that images viewed on computer, tablet or phone are backlit and are not their actual size. The prints themselves should look even better 'in the flesh' but should you be dissatisfied, you are very welcome to return your print for a full refund or exchange. Please refer to T&Cs.