General Print Information
All prints are signed by Claire Brooker and numbered according to the edition size.
Giclee prints are printed on demand on the paper stated beside the image. The paper and ink used is of archival quality and accredited by the Fine Arts Guild. In ‘normal conditions’ these can last up to 200 years.
Please note that there may be a slight variation between the colours of the artwork as viewed on the website and the actual printed colours. This is because computer screens vary and colour levels may differ from the actual artwork.
All prints are sold unframed and are of a delicate nature. To preserve your print, please avoid excessive handling, particularly the printed area and ensure that your print is framed under glass as soon as possible by a reputable framer.
If your print has been rolled for shipping, carefully unfurl it and place face down on a clean surface for a few hours before framing to allow it to flatten itself. Do not attempt to roll it the other way as this can cause creases.
Once framed, avoid hanging the artwork where it will receive prolonged exposure to direct sunlight, damp conditions or direct heat.