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Certificate Hahnemühle FineArt Inkjet papers and their age resistance


Printing Technology Like No Other!

The images are printed using state-of-the-art, high-end, Epson Stylus Pro 9900 professional printer, made with cutting-edge photographic inkjet technology that combines the precision of MicroPiezo TFP print head with the outstanding performance of Epson UltraChrome®  HDR ink.  Representing avant-garde pigment ink technology, the printer makes use of cutting-edge 10 colors pigment-based ink system and the unique multiple UltraChrome® High Dynamic Range colour pigments offer a wide gamut of colors. 

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What are Fine Art Prints aka Giclée Prints or Archival Prints?

Incase you've wondered, why Fine Art Prints turn out expensive, now you know why!

Museum quality, large format fine art prints and canvases are the perfect way to bring beauty into your home or office. You haven't truly experienced the emotional depth and grandeur of a photograph until you've seen it properly printed and displayed. No matter the medium you choose, you can expect the highest quality materials and processes, great service, and a satisfaction guarantee. 

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Certificate Hahnemühle FineArt Inkjet papers and their age resistance 

Hahnemühle German Etching Matt FineArt Textured Paper:

Hahnemühle German Etching is a traditional mould-made copperplate printing paper, complete with an inkjet coating designed especially for FineArt applications. The white art paper made from 100% alpha cellulose is characterised by its extraordinary velvety tactile feel and its fine, clearly defined felt structure. The unique surface texture adds a very special touch to images, showcasing them in all their splendour with impressive three-dimensional effect and depth. The premium matt inkjet coating guarantees outstanding print results with excellent reproduction of colour and detail, deep black and optimum contrasts. German Etching is acid- and lignin-free and meets the most exacting requirements in terms of age resistance. This heavyweight FineArt inkjet paper is one of the most popular paper for FineArt prints and art reproductions thanks to its characteristic tactile feel and surface texture. German Etching® is a registered trademark in the US.

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Hahnemühle FineArt Daguerre Canvas:

Hahnemühle Daguerre Canvas is a matt coated, poly-cotton inkjet canvas with a fine, uniform surface texture. The bright white canvas is characterised by its high degree of whiteness. When combined with the premium matt inkjet coating, it produces clean, fresh colours, fine details and black and white reproductions that are rich in contrast. Daguerre Canvas is acid- and lignin-free and meets the most exacting requirements in terms of age resistance. Despite its high grammage, the canvas has excellent stretch properties and is ideal for mounting on canvas stretcher frames. 

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  How to care for your Fine Art Prints / Artwork / Canvas?

Keep your print away from direct sunlight. If exposed to bright sunlight for long periods of time, it may fade. More importantly, these prints are to be displayed indoors only.

During transportation or storage, do not to stack the prints one on top of another. Separate them with pieces of cardboard to avoid damage.

Rough handling can damage both the print and the frame, so pack it securely while transporting. Be sure to put a heavy piece of cardboard/ padding over the front and back to protect it. Then bubble wrap and place in a suitable cardboard box.

Always try to display the prints in a dust free environment. Occasionally dust with the clean soft brush/ duster to prevent dust build up. Do not use cloth, cleaning products or water.

While handling of framing, please take extreme care by using cloth gloves to avoid scratches on the print and frame. Also, request the framer/  installer to use gloves while framing or installation to avoid fingerprints and scratches on the printed surface.

Avoid subjecting your prints to extreme changes in atmosphere. Avoid excessive dryness, humidity, heat or cold. All these weather conditions can adversely affect the print.

Especially, when in a coastal area or hilly region, if the walls are developing fungus or dampness due to continuous rains, there are chances it may spread to the frame. It is advisable to fix some small rubber bush behind the frame on four corners for that there is no direct contact between the wall and the frame. It is always advisable to have the print with glass frames in these areas.

Do not cover prints on Canvas with glass, since Canvas need to breathe. If it is framed under glass, you may trap moisture inside the frame. Canvases experience small, subtle shifts over time due to mild atmospheric changes, so it is best to leave them without glass to allow them to flow with slight changes.

In case of moisture, kindly keep the frame in warm sunlight for just one hour per day, for a week or in the absence of Sunlight use a hot air blower on low heat for 10 minutes.

“Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it.”  – Andy Warhol