Fine Art Paper Prints

Print on Fine Art Papers

Order gallery grade giclee prints on papers favored by fine artists and photographers alike. Using archival grade papers your images are printed with Canon Lucia inks (more archival than Epson Ultra Chrome inks) with 12 ink color systems.

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255 gsm, 19 mil

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290 gsm, 21.5 mil

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308 gsm, 21 mil

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310 gsm, 20 mil

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285 gsm, 20 mil

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310 gsm, 21 mil

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310 gsm, 21 mil

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290 gsm, 20 mil

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230 gsm, 9.5 mil

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230 gsm, 9.5 mil

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300 gsm, 11 mil

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285 gsm, 17 mil

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260 gsm, 10 mil

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320 gsm, 18 mil

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Features

  • A variety of paper choices
  • Archival and conservation grade
  • 12 colors digital process
  • Affordable online ordering
  • Instant volume discounts

Fine Art Paper Questions

Choosing the paper that best compliments your artwork or photography is how you should gauge which paper is best. While our staff will be happy to offer suggestions sometimes the best choice won’t be obvious until you view the image printed on the paper. There are four characteristics that affect how an image will appear on any of our varied fine art papers: ink absorption, brightness, texture and gloss levels (if any). We recommend a good start is to test printing small prints on different papers as well as to order one of our starter kits so that you can see and feel the different papers.
To extend the life-span, store you giclee fine art paper print out of direct sunlight and avoid extreme temperature changes or exposure to humidity. It is recommended that paper prints be framed behind glass or acrylic glazing when ultimately on display. If kept in a retail environment unframed you should keep the prints sealed in clear bags which are acid free like what we offer for sale on our website.

Some papers have more difficulty in flattening our then others. This is especially true during the cooler months but can happen during any time of the year. The papers the prints are produced on are originally in rolls and the prints are printed to these rolls. I most cases we will ship prints up to a certain size flat so that they have had time to loose their curl and flatten out however this is not a guarantee. Thicker or heavier weight papers may still need more time to flatten out. We have a blog posting on our site which discusses this in more detail as well as some solutions.

Fixing Prints Which Curl