"Marine In Training", Oostende, Belgium - 2021 (with Marine Van Outryve)
This edition is limited to 9, signed, numbered, and authenticated prints.
Limited edition of 9 + 2AP Numbered and issued with a certificate of authenticity
PRINT INFORMATION Printed on FineArt Baryta high-gloss finish 325 gr. Mounted on 3mm/4mm DIASEC tohigh exhibition standardswith an aluminum mounting profile, and finished witha black wooden frame.
The listed sizes are for approximate guidance only. If you require a precise measurement or are interested in another more considerable size, please get in touch.
A large number of our prints are offered on Diasec.
WHAT IS DIASEC
Diasec is a pioneering method of photograph preservation, celebrated for its ability to bring images to life like never before. This unique process involves mounting a photograph between a crystal-clear sheet of acrylic glass and a sturdy backing plate. The result? A vibrant, durable, and timeless piece of art.
WHY DO WE CHOOSE DIASEC
Enhanced Visual Appeal: Diasec amplifies colors and details, giving a lifelike quality to the photographs.
Longevity: The unique adhesive used is UV resistant and non-yellowing, ensuring your artwork remains pristine for years.
Elegant Presentation: The glossy finish and frameless design provide a sleek, contemporary look, perfect for modern interiors. Diasec mounted images can also be framed, making it a very versatile presentation finish.
Protection: Sealed against dust and environmental factors, your collected art pieces are preserved in their best form.
A limited edition print is limited, forever, to the total number detailed in the original edition. If your print is number 5 of 15 then that means, the 5th numbered print in a total edition of 15.
The photographer may hold additional prints:
Artists Proofs (APs) numbering up to a maximum of 10% of the edition.
Printer's Proofs (PPs) which are usually kept by the printer.
Hors Commerce prints (HCs) which are used by the publisher for promotional purposes.
Artist's proofs are not included in the count of a limited edition, and they belong to the artist. The artist is not supposed to sell these AP's.
Sometimes limited editions are published in distinctly different sizes.
An artist's proof is used to describe an impression of the finished work that is identical to the numbered copies. For the printer and artist to check the printing quality of the finished image, the printer is allowed to keep a printer's proof.
PROOF OF AUTHENTICITY
All limited-edition prints come with a registered proof of authenticity. The work is registered in an online database and proofed with a numbered hologram on the back of the print. The same unique numbered hologram is also added to the signed proof of authenticity.