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Nathalie Priem Photography

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Rise Art added this to A Beginner's Guide to Buying Original Art and Limited Edition Prints7 August 2017

Prints point 1: Consider your mediumPrints come in myriads of genres, styles and mediums. When buying, make sure to enquire about which type of print it is. Whether it’s an original screen print, it’s hand finished by the artist, a C-type or a giclée print (a high-quality inkjet print), this will indicate how much of the artist’s impression is evident within the work. It’s also worth checking what type of paper it’s printed on – this will be reflected in the price of the piece and can influence how it will look when framed. A photograph printed on lustre paper is much more prone to glare and should be kept away from windows, while a matt print on Hahnemhüle paper will absorb the light and have a softer, richer finish. Always enquire with the artist – they will know best and may even be willing to take requests and print to order.

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