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                                                                                                       Prints, Posters, Canvas and Framed Wall Art from Independent Artists.   Golf Photography and Landscape Golf Course Images.   Golf Art Prints, Posters and Paintings.   Golf Course Photography and Famous Golfer Photos.   Wall Art, Prints and Photo Gifts.   Unique Golf Gifts.   Professional Golf Photography and Panoramics.   Golf Art Prints, Photography and Famous Golf Courses.   Custom Imprinted and Personalized Logo Golf Art.   Golf Home Décor, Bedding, Bath and Lamps.   Golf Sculptures and Figurines.   Framed Golf Prints and Posters.   Limited Edition Prints.   Posters and Art Prints.   Oil Paintings on Canvas and Fine Art Reproductions.   Hand Painted Oil on Canvas.   Crystal Awards, Glass Awards, Plaque Awards and Golf Trophies.   Golf Canvas Art Prints and Golf Panoramic Photos.   Wall Murals for every room in your house and business.   Motivational Posters, Awards, Recognition and Corporate Gifts.   Golf Panoramic Pictures.   Golf Memorabilia and Art Prints.   Autographed Golf Collectibles and Golf Memorabilia.   Framed Canvas Prints.   Golf Trophies Crystal Awards.   Golf Memorabilia, Signed, Authentic PGA Autographs.   Framed Golf Art including Black and White Photographs.   Signed, Autographed PGA Golf Memorabilia.   Golf Framed Art and Posters.   Photo Golf Accessories.   David O'Keefe Paintings.   Golf Course Mural, Neon Sculpture and Framed Photo.   Golf Embroidery Designs.   Personalized Golf Artwork and Caricatures.







What Is an Original Limited Edition Art Print?

An original limited-edition fine art print is a work of art conceived and developed by the artist for the purpose of making an edition. The artist creates an image on a matrix of suitable material for the process to be used (a lithographic stone for litho, a copper plate for etching, etc.). Traditionally, in collaboration with a master printer, proofs are created as the artwork develops until the artist is satisfied with the result. The artist approves the final proof (called a B.A.T.), and the edition can be printed in a quantity predetermined by the artist, using the B.A.T. proof as a standard. After printing, the edition is curated and signed, numbered, and dated.

Limited-edition fine art prints are not to be confused with reproductions of existing works that are reproduced photomechanically. Generally such prints are unsigned and not numbered, but they can appear to be signed if the signature of the artist was also reproduced photomechanically as part of the printing plate. Most posters and museum reproductions fall into this category of commercially mass-produced prints.

Original prints are most often discussed with reference to the printing technique that was used to produce them.
































































































































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