Maggie - The Hotel Monterey, 2019 - 3.5"x5.5" Archival Pigment Photograph
Signed under the photograph and again on the back with title.
Mounted/matted with 11"x14" museum board.
The photograph will be mailed flat and well packed.
It's now proven that photographs made using the newer "HD" inks (that I use) along with the finer papers will last over 100 years, some are now saying 200-500 years!
*What is an Archival Pigment Print? Archival pigment printing denotes a printmaking process incorporating reﬁned particles of pigment that are resilient to the environmental elements that commonly degrade and erode dye molecules shortening the life of a print.
The use of pigmented inks for the purpose of archival printing is ideal as they can have a storage life up to, and beyond, 200 years; when stored in a museum-quality frame under ideal conditions and lighting. This allows for superb print life for photographers and artists to either store, or sell, their work; and they are able to promise that the buyer will never again have a complaint that the image has soured.