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Obviously they weren't selling as the general public becomes more aware of the phony values of these prints. .... Ive been doing lim editions and am beginning to do better each year. i see no difference between a serigraph, a litho, an etching , or a cast bronze, signed numbered and approved by theartist.

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As in many other methods of printmaking (the lithograph, the serigraph, the off-set print) the artwork is scanned or a large photographic transparency is taken and then scanned and ... Most galleries no longer spotlight the paintings and the more valuable a painting or print the lower the amount of light allowed to reach it.

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In Fine Art the technique is also called Serigraphy. The artist ... An artwork can be built up by as many as 50 or more different coloured screens. ... This shows that serigraphs are definitely a recognised modern artform with potential for investment value. TOP.

www.psacard.com/articles/articleview/4200/forgotten-treasures-look-beautiful-em-sports-illustrated-signed-lithographs-1970s

Jul 6, 2004 ... We have three different interpretations of an original painting or rendition printed on poster size paper: a lithograph, an art print and a serigraph. Please keep ... Now, most autographed lithographs are signed in limited editions. ... It makes our autographed posters sound much more valuable and important.

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Edwin Salomon's printing techniques. SERIGRAPH (SILK SCREEN) PRINTING This printing technology involves the use of stencils to transfer Edwin Salomon original art design. Paint is applied to a silk screen and penetrates areas of the screen not blocked by the stencil. By using several silk screens a number of colors ...

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Jul 26, 2014 ... The Alexander Calder Foundation presents color lithographs misattributed to Alexander Calder often sold by auction houses and art sellers. Learn more about four misappropriated works that are counterfeit and have no value.

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I found records showing that one other of this same lithograph (Dusk or Dusk, Staten Island) sold for $500 and another sold for $1700, both sales in the ... a piece in good condition, and the $500 piece represents a damaged work, then you can see that the $500 piece has lost more than 70% of its value!

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While the industry for offset lithograph prints is often only four colors, Greenwich Workshop fine art prints (for example) print in as many as eighteen different colors, resulting in unmatched clarity and color fidelity to the original. This process affordably allows more people to own and enjoy a work of art than the original ...

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Sep 29, 2017 ... The rarity of a work of art is what gives it value, so an original will always be worth more than a reproduction. While a giclée may come labeled with superlatives like "museum quality" or "archival", and the seller may hawk a certificate of authenticity, it will never be as valuable as an original. Some artists and ...