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Limited Edition Prints


Characteristics of the Limited Edition

What is a Limited Edition print and how does it differ from an Open Edition?

A Limited Edition is a series of prints made in a precise number, with a very high-quality printing process chosen by the artist or photographer.

Usually, the limited edition print is signed by the photographer and guaranteed by a certificate of authenticity.

Thanks to these characteristics of rarity and quality of the details, the limited edition is loved by collectors.

An open edition, on the other hand, has no limits on the number of prints made, the production process, even if of excellent quality, is often delegated to third parties and the main purpose is not to be collectible but to decorate the walls of houses and offices.

I started my first limited editions in 2008. Once all the prints of an edition have run out, a new limited edition will never start. These are the characteristics of my Limited Edition Prints.


Limited Edition of 3*
Image size: 76,2 × 76,2 cm - 30 × 30 inches
Limited Edition of 5*
Image size: 50,8 × 50,8 cm - 20 × 20 inches
Limited Edition of 10
Image size: 29,2 × 29,2 cm - 11.5 × 11.5 inches
Limited Edition of 15
Image size: 19,0 × 19,0 cm - 7.5 × 7.5 inches

*Some images are not available in this size.

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Every Limited Edition print is signed, titled, dated, and numbered with a paper document pencil on the backside (verso).


Each print will come with a Certificate of Authenticity with Hologram System, which protects the security and genuineness of your limited edition art works.


To ensure the customer of the uniqueness of the 4 series of my Limited Editions, the Certificate numbers can be found, after the purchase, on the website MyArtRegistry.


The photographer reserves himself 3 "Artist's Proof" for each image, which are also certified.


Hahnemuhle® Photo Rag Pearl 320 gsm, 100% Cotton, natural white, thickness 0,48 mm, smooth uniform surface texture with the unique pearl coating, acid and OBA free. Hahnemühle papers are, in accordance with DIN6738, extremely resistant to aging and have the highest life expectancy class of several hundred years.

Canson Infinity® Platine Fibre Rag 310 gsm, 100% Cotton Rag Platine, pure white without optical brightening agents to ensure consistency of shades for generations (OBA free), developed to meet gallery and museum longevity requirements and to respect the ISO 9706 standard.

Pigment inks:  Epson UltraChrome or Canon Lucia which provides longevity, smooth tone quality, rich and deep blacks (Dmax=2.15)
Prints made with Pigment Inks and Hahnemühle Fine Art or Canson papers are tested for longevity and can last for more than 100 years.
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