Caring For Archival Pigment Prints



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Protect your investment & personal art collection. Use these simple guidelines for displaying archival pigment art prints.

How to Protect Your SpringMoon Archival D’Gravure™ Pigment Art Prints

Expensive, exceedingly fragile, giclee prints have been surpassed by archival pigment print inkjet technology. With archival pigment prints – color saturation and hue accuracy are superb – an asset to galleries, museums, art collectors, and individual artists crafting art originals & reproductions.

The pigmented inks used for these archival prints are rated to 100+ years. With proper care, pigment ink art prints are anticipated to surpass the life of the artist & individual collectors.

Caring for pigment print artworks is the same as for a fine watercolor:
• Have your art collection framed using acid-free mats, backing materials, and under glass.
• Display your art collection in bright – but indirect light – away from sunwashed walls.
• Protect from excessive heat and moisture.

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