Paper: Hahnemühle Museum Etching
Print: Giclée print on a fine art heavyweight base of 350gsm
Size: 25cm x 25cm Image size
Limited edition: Limited edition of 20 regardless of size.
This artwork is from the collection “Me in many ways”, a self-portrait fine art photography ongoing project that dives into the inner facets of human personality and emotions.
The image was inspired by Renée Magritte’s painting “The lovers” but with only one person in it, which leads to mayor questions. Is there another lover somewhere else? Or does the lover alone possess the gift of love? Or is the lover lonely and isolated and searching for his/her lover?
Limited edition fine art print for collectors and galleries produced on Hahnemühle Museum Etching quality paper, a natural white cotton art paper with an inkjet coating specially optimised for Fine Art printing.
The paper is 350 gsm, 100% cotton, natural white, without optical brighteners and has a finely textured surface that adds depth and a three-dimensional effect.
Hahnemühle Museum Etching is acid- and lignin-free, ISO 9706 conform / museum quality for highest age resistance.
Signed and numbered on the back by the artist.
Each piece of artwork is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity and a caring and handling guide.
Dimensions represent image size. Paper size includes white border.
The artist reserves the right to produce up to two Artist Proofs for each artwork in addition to the edition sizes listed.
Please be aware that tones may change slightly due to different computer screens adjustments.
Giclée prints should be cared for in the same way as an original piece of art.
This means that dirt, dust, moisture, oils, adhesives, solvents, heat, and anything that could scratch, dent or crease the paper should all be avoided when you are handling your print.
Use soft white cotton gloves to handle your print as skin oils can stain the paper.
Use two hands to support your print so it will not bend as dents and creases in the print are also likely to be permanent.
Hold your giclée print only at the very edges of the paper to avoid finger-smudges on the face of the print which will be very difficult or impossible to remove.
Use a clean and dry, flat, smooth and hard surface for laying your print out (face up).
To avoid damage, keep your new giclée print covered with the acid-free tissue paper in which it was packed until it is framed.
Don’t use your hands to wipe off any dust as this can also damage the surface of your giclée print – use a dry, clean, white lint-free cloth or a photographer’s lens-brush.
Store the work in a cool, dry place preferably at a room temperature between 10º and 30º with a relative humidity between 49% and 60%.
Free shipping worldwide.
The print is shipped unframed and packed in a flat cardboard box with protecting wrapping paper and bubble foil.
Please note that the estimated production time (delivery time not included) is 10-15 working days as this limited edition artwork is made to order.