GICLEE PRINTS: Most of the images on this website are available as "giclee" prints. These can be printed "to order" on a large, high/resolution digital printer, on either archival art paper or canvas. Price depends on size, paper or canvas, shipping and other factors such as framing. They can be printed quite large on canvas, as big as 5 x 10 feet. the canvas print is a facsimile of an oil painting at a fraction of the price, and are "stretched" on a wood frame as oil paintings are, and then can be hung unframed or framed. The paper prints require framing behind glass. For more information or to order, call me directly at 267-679-7853.
OFFSET LITHOGRAPHS: The images on this page are of paintings I have had produced in large editions as offset lithographs. This is a different printing process, used for mass printing of books, catalogs, posters, etc. The price of the edition is spread across a larger quantity, so the unit price is less than the giclee prints. They are printed on 100 lb paper and will last for many years in normal interior lighting. They are individually numbered (editions are usually 2000 copies), titled, and signed in my hand.
HOW TO ORDER: The easiest and most efficient way to order is to call me directly 10 a.m.- 6 p.m., seven days a week at 267-679-7853. I accept all credit cards over the phone (processed securely through the Square App), as well as personal checks and cash. There is 8 percent sales tax. Shipping is an additional $15.00, in a sturdy crush-proof tube. For multiple prints up to 6 going to the same address, there is only one shipping fee. Also shipping is FREE on orders over $200.00. I also offer framing and delivery services. Wholesale quantity discounts are available for business that want to carry these prints. Studio visits are available by appointment. i can also be reached by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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my most recent print, "New Arrivals, Broad and Cherry street, Philadelphia, Circa 1905"