My idea in presenting these signed, limited-edition art prints is to allow a much wider public to acquire an artwork of the utmost quality. These reproductions make use of the latest advances in digital technology to ensure the very best results: those of you who have already seen them will already be aware of this.
The fact that these are limited-edition prints is a guarantee that they are both rare and exclusive.
A signed certificate of authenticity together with my Digigraphie stamp is supplied for each work. They certify that the print is an original work of art, which meets the required legal criteria and that it is signed and numbered by myself.
The paper used for these prints is Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350 g 100% cotton, which is an ideal support capable of reproducing even the most minute details and the subtlest nuances.
As for the colours that are a characteristic feature of my art, they are precisely interpreted thanks to the use of pigmented inks in combination with EPSON’s fine art printing technology (11 colours used simultaneously).
The resulting prints will stay bright and expressive for a long time: in the certificate that comes with each print, EPSON guarantees colour stability and durability for 100 years!