archival pigment prints of original works available for purchase
what is an archival pigment print?
An archival pigment print is a highly sophisticated inkjet printing process that was introduced in the late 1980s. It’s so sophisticated, in fact, that it produces open or limited edition prints which truly capture the artist's original intent. Even museums have realized the vast potential of this technology and have made these types of print editions a permanent part of their collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), Museum of Modern Art (San Francisco) and Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles) to name a few.
The prints offered at CHOMAgallery.com are created from high-resolution digital images, using the latest cutting edge technology, resulting in color saturation and image detail capture that exceeds other types of image reproduction. Choma Archival Pigment Prints are generated on cutting edge 11-color Epson HDR printers, using Ultrachrome HDR pigment inks, at a resolution of 1140 X 1440 DPI using 100% archival rag paper. Epson Ultrachrome inks are used exclusively, because of their archival quality and true colors. The Wilhelm Research Institute gives a conservative estimate of longevity of over 200 years under normal viewing conditions.
Click the "detail" link below each image to view an enlarged version of each image. Estimated delivery is approximately within two weeks of receipt of order payment clearance, provided shipping is within the continental United State.
All prices are in U.S. dollars. A Certificate of Authenticity accompanies every limited edition print.
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Archival Pigment Print