Limited Edition Archival Pigment Ink Prints

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Limited Edition Archival Pigment Ink Prints

 
 

Limited Edition Archival Pigment Ink Prints

Huntington Witherill Limited Edition Archival Pigment Ink Prints are currently produced using an Canon IPF6400 large format printer, OEM- Lucia EX, 12-color, pigment-based inks, and 100% rag content fine art papers. All work is completed exclusively by the photographer.

The Limited Editions are divided into two separate categories consisting of a "Regular Edition" and an "Oversized Edition". Both Regular and Oversized Edition images will be limited to the stated number of available prints indicated on each of the "Add to Cart" pages on this website. Once each Regular and/or Oversized edition has been sold out, no other archival pigment ink prints of that image will be available for sale. Please Note: Each editioned image also reserves five (5) "Artist Proof" prints (initialed and numbered: AP/1- AP/5). Artist Proof prints will not be available for sale.

Edition Numbers

Edition numbers (meaning the total number of prints available for any specifically editioned image) can be found within the print descriptions located on the "Add to Cart" page for each of the images displayed within the various galleries located on this website. To access specific edition number information (for both Regular and Oversized editions, separately) simply click any thumbnail image located within any of the site's galleries and you will be presented with an enlarged version of that image. Hover your mouse over the bottom of the enlarged image window and an overlay window will appear (at the bottom of the enlarged image). In the lower left corner of that overlay window there will be a text link titled: "Purchase Prints of this image". Click that link and you will be taken to the "Add to Cart" page for that image. Specific edition number information will be contained within the print descriptions (on each of the "Add to Cart" pages) as shown in the highlighted example, below:

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Certificate of Authenticity and Provenance

Each editioned print will have an associated Certificate of Authenticity and Provenance label (printed below the actual image). That label contains a written description of the print's specific edition characteristics, a copyright notice, the image file number and title, the specific print and overall edition numbers associated with the print, itself, and the original date (month/year) in which that print was actually produced. The label, itself, is designed to be hidden from view beneath any overmatting. An example of the Certificate of Authenticity and Provenance label is displayed, below. Additionally, each print will be individually signed and numbered (in pencil) immediately beneath the image, itself. 

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Overmatting and Print Presentation

To obtain specific overmatting and print presentation information related to Limited Edition Archival Pigment Ink prints, please click the following link: Print Presentation Information.