What does AP mean?
What does S/N mean?
S/N refers to Signed and Numbered prints, which means exactly that — they’re signed and they’re numbered. Each reproduction that is S/N is limited in edition. Each S/N reproduction will look similar to this 20/300 and signed.
What does open mean?
OPEN refers an item that is not limited in the quantity that can be printed by the publisher. It is not a limited edition, it will not have a number but will be signed. The quality of this canvas is the same as a limited edition.
Should I purchase an AP or S/N print?
Is there a difference in quality between S/N and AP prints?
No, the quality is exactly the same, created from the same image, same paper and same inks. The only difference is the limited quantity of prints with the AP designation.
What is a Giclee print?
What is Timeless Edition?
These prints are of an edition, which are signed and sequentially numbered reproductions. They are not limited edition prints, but are numbered in the order they are produced. Every print will have a different number from each other. They are the same quality as limited edition prints. Example #24 #25 #26
What is a Large Format Canvas Giclee?
What is Stretched and What is Rolled Canvas?
What are the benefits of a Rolled Canvas?
Shipping the canvas rolled is more practical, since it keeps shipping costs down, and there’s less chance of your canvas being damaged on the way to you. It’s the most cost-effective way all around! Although rolled canvas must be brought to a professional framer for stretching, it allows you to make one stop to the framer. You can get your canvas stretched and choose a frame of your liking altogether. Since it’s safely in a tube, you’re also lessening your risk of damaging the canvas on the way to the frame shop, as opposed to if it were already stretched.