My limited editions fine-art prints are usually restricted to a fixed number of 10 prints for each image, inclusive of all sizes. This means that the number of physical prints for a given image in the marketplace will be 10 only.
Limited editions are marked with two numbers on the lower white border of the print: the unique number of the print and the size of the entire print run. For example, the 1st print of a particular image in an edition of 10 will be numbered as 1/10, the 2nd print of the same image will be numbered as 2/10 and so on until the last print that will be numbered as 10/10.
The small number of prints produced guarantees higher collectible value. Once a certain edition is sold out, the image is retired and can no longer be printed as fine-art print.
Please note, however, that images for limited edition fine-art prints may be and may have been previously published in other mediums such as books, magazines, calendars or posters.
Exclusive editions of one print only may be offered. Please contact me if you want to enquiry about unique prints.
Certificate of authenticity
Limited edition prints on paper will be accompanied by a hand-signed Hahnemühle Certificate of Authenticity, specifying image title, size, author, limited edition number and print details. Each certificate has a unique, serialized numbered hologram. A second, identically numbered hologram is applied on the back of the print.
Limited edition prints on canvas will be accompanied by a hand-signed Federico Veronesi Photography’s Certificate of Authenticity, specifying image title, size, author, limited edition number and print details.
Open edition prints are available for a wider selection of images. They are made on the same high quality paper or canvas as the limited editions, but are neither hand signed (a digital signature only may appear) nor numbered. Please contact me for prices of open edition prints on different types of paper.