Genuine Art Prints 



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Good Morning,  !
It's Sunday, October 24, 2010

A friend asked me what the difference was between an "Art Print"
and a "Print", when it came to paintings. 

Aside from the price, the major difference is that "Art Prints"
are numbered and signed by the painter, strictly limited in
quantity, and have investment value, because there are only
so many released in the entrie world. 

Regular poster prints are not limited in number. There could
be Thousands, or Millions of them, and they have no investment
value until their numbers have shrunk down to just a few, 
75 to hundred yeas later. 

Art prints are on fine canvas or special art paper, and they 
have the signature of the painter along with two numbers.
For example, 171/250 would indicate that you have #171
out of the 250 that were made. If you pick art prints by 
popular artists, that are already in demand, their value 
will always go up, because the numbers are limited.

I have one client, who sells genuine Art Prints, and also
occasionally some originals on http://artmaster.ca
Have a look and get an idea what real Art Prints are all
about, and see why people use them to inflation-proof
their earnings. 

Len speializes in northern wildlife, but there are Art Prints
available in almost any theme.

Have FUN!
DearWebby


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