My original paintings are painted in watercolour on 300gsm cotton rag paper. All materials are of fine art and archival quality.
The prints I offer are classified as fine art reproductions, also known as giclee prints. Professionally printed, the materials used are of archival quality - museum grade paper and pigment based inks. The print is created to have the closest possible look, feel, and texture as the original painting. The description will state if it is a limited or open edition print.
What does limited edition or open edition mean?
A limited edition means the number of prints produced are limited to a specific number, each print is signed and numbered. For example “JDuckworth 3/50” the number 3 indicates the individual print number and the number 50 indicates the total number of prints in the edition.
An open edition means the number of prints is not limited.
To personalise your artwork and ensure its longevity I offer a professional in-house framing service.
All materials used are archival quality, including museum grade glass. Museum grade glass has better clarity, less reflection, and higher UV protection than standard glass.
If you decide to frame the artwork yourself please be aware some readymade frames contain materials that will damage your artwork.