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Last updated: 8th Dec 2023 19:06
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Top tips for buying Printmaking

  1. Research the artist and their work: Make sure to research the artist and their printmaking style before buying any pieces. Look into their background, awards, exhibitions, and reviews.
  2. Set a budget: Set a budget for yourself and stick to it. Consider the price of the piece, the artist’s reputation, and the size of the work.
  3. Consider the quality of the work: Look for the quality of the work before making a purchase. Check the paper, inks, and the edition number of the piece.
  4. Examine the condition of the work: Check for any damage or fading in the print. Ask the seller for any additional information about the condition of the work.
  5. Ask questions about the piece: Ask the seller any questions you may have about the piece. Make sure you are clear on the details before making a purchase.
  6. Know the difference between original and reproduction: Understand the difference between an original and a reproduction. Original prints are usually more expensive than reproductions.
  7. Buy from a reputable dealer: Buy from a reputable dealer who can provide a certificate of authenticity and a guarantee of quality.
  8. Look for discounts and promotions: Look around for discounts and promotions to save money on your purchase.
  9. Consider framing the piece: Think about framing the piece to protect it and to enhance the artwork.
  10. Know your rights: Know your consumer rights and understand the return policy of the seller. Make sure you are protected if you are not satisfied with the purchase.

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