What Are Archival Pigment Prints?
Limited edition archival pigment prints by Kevin Sloan are available. The archival pigment printing process is a technique that provides an unsurpassed level of accuracy in fine art reproduction. Sometimes also referred to as a "giclee", the prints are created from a digital scan of an existing original painting and are printed using a highly sophisticated and accurate printing technique.
These prints are reproductions of original paintings by Kevin Sloan and are produced in limited editions of 75 total prints regardless of print size. Printed on100% archival rag paper with archival inks to insure permanence, each print is personally signed and numbered by the artist.
The completed prints are rolled and shipped in a tube unframed to the client. All packing and shipping costs are in addition to the print price and are paid by the client. You may purchase by using Paypal on this website or contact the artist for payment by Visa, MasterCard or check.
For more information about other available images or about prints on stretched canvas please contact the artist.
New images will be added occasionally, please check back to see what's new.