Prints and Editions

Original printed graphics are exclusively published in limited and numbered editions.

The specific number of editions and their distribution into E.A. (French: Épreuve d'artiste – artist's proofs) or H.C. (Hors de Commerce – out of trade) copies depend on the artist's and publisher's decision. 

Different printing techniques can be used for graphics, such as woodcut, copperplate engraving, etching, lithography, and serigraphy (screen printing). A work is considered an original print if the artistic idea was developed by the artist themselves and specifically designed for the graphic medium, if the production was carried out by the artist or if the work is only published in a specific number of copies and the individual copies are hand-signed.

Found: 859