What Is A Fine Art Print?

Fine Art Print

Fine Art Prints are made with high-quality archival inks on acid free fine art papers using a high-resolution large format printer. These are also known as fine art giclee prints. These exquisite fine art papers are acid free because the acid content in many papers makes them brittle and crack over time. They will also turn yellow from too much exposure to light. Fine art prints made with acid free fine art paper have a lifespan of over a hundred years usually. The fine art paper has to meet certain quality criteria in order to be considered fine art paper. Fine art prints are highly sought after by photographers and artists when they select a paper for their clients. 

Archival Ink

My premium archival inks produce images with smooth tones and rich colors when used with my exquisite fine art papers. I use 5 different types of fine art papers when you shop for fine art in my store. Here is a description of each fine art paper I use personally and in my store

CANSON® INFINITY PLATINE FIBRE RAG 310 GSM

This Semi-Gloss Fine Art paper is our favorite paper for making black & white prints that look like they came out of the darkroom. 100% Cotton

EPSON COLD PRESS BRIGHT WHITE

19mil, 100% Cotton based Watercolor Fine Art paper

MOAB ENTRADA BRIGHT RAG

A Bright White, Acid Free Smooth Fine Art paper. 290gsm, 100% Cotton

EPSON PREMIUM LUSTER

A Wide-Gamut Luster Fine Art paper. 260gsm, RC Paper

HAHNEMÜHLE TORCHON

A heavy Textured Fine Art paper. 285gsm, 100% a-Cellulose

Fine Art Print by Robbie George Photography