Black and white imagery in many ways is more difficult to produce than color. With only tonal shades, the draw is not a bright color or series of colors, but the monochromatic placement of a subject. I have an extensive collection of black and white art and I am focused on ensuring the images meet the reproduction standards necessary to be included her as collectible fine art. Sign up for Coffee Talk to be among the first to hear about new images being added.
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We use only fine art papers and archival pigment inks for our Open Edition Prints and our Limited Edition Prints. Coupled with good care practices, your fine art can last far longer than you might think. Canvas, metal and acrylic have different archival lives, but the same care is given to the selection of those materials.