You Mean All I Had To Do Was Click My Heels - Hand Signed Limited Edition Archival Paper Print
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This limited edition archival fine art paper print comes in two sizes measuring 6x8 inches and 8x10 inches and is printed on an archival fine art paper. Please select your size from the drop down menu below to see pricing. Each size is limited edition to only 5 and each is hand signed and numbered by the artist.
Each print is awarded with a certificate of authenticity. Unlike other artists Freitas ships these prints flat ( not in a tube) because we understand the battle of getting the prints to lay flat after arrival when shipped in a tube. When you receive your print it should be one of joy and not frustration!
*These prints do not come framed. Size includes the bleed ( white trim) this allows for room for the artist to sign and number the piece while giving you a common size for framing. Some cropping of the image may occur. Please note a slight color variation may occur depending on the screen you are viewing on.
Fine art one of the most treasured assets you can own. Good care will guarantee they remain invaluable and special for you and for future generations to come.
In order to maintain the beauty of your fine art for many years, and potentially increase their value over time, this guide will help you to care for your fine art.
For original art and prints - To properly display and preserve your artwork consider the following tips:
•Display in areas away from extreme temperature.
•Humidity can also affect the artwork. Fine art should be kept around relative humidity 40%-45. If the humidity is too high mold can develop in front and back of the painting. Consider a dehumidifier.
•Dust on a regular basis with a DRY soft cloth. Do not apply cleaning products, this can cause irreparable damage.
•Keep away from direct sunlight. Sunlight is very high in radiation (UV) which will cause the work of art to fade or could increase yellowing of varnish. Indirect light is best.
•Avoid positioning lights too close to the paintings or directly above it. The best type of light for your painting is indirect sunlight, recessed lighting, or halogen lights (not ultraviolet).
•Keep away from smoke. Close proximity to candles, fireplaces or even a cigarette can deposit nicotine and soot onto the surface of the painting.
Consider insuring your artwork against theft and accidental damage. In the case that accidental damage has occurred or due to poor placement feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote on repair costs. We try and make these super affordable for all.
For care tips on other products such as merchandise , fashion items, planters and more please refer to the individual care needs of these items via the description of the item.
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