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A Perspective on Matching Fine Art Paper to a Fine Art Original

Fostergraphs Fine Art Reproduction

There is no definitive rule for matching the right fine art paper (or canvas) to the original piece that’s being reproduced, whether that piece is oil on canvas, a charcoal sketch, a watercolor or any other medium. Ultimately, it’s based on the artist’s preference and their interpretation of the piece for reproduction. However, certain media…
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Sunset Photo Matte Paper: Durable, High-Quality, Archival and Economical

Sunset Photo Matte Paper 280g

Sunset Photo Matte Paper 280g is now available exclusively at LexJet. Ideal for fine-art reproduction, high-quality fine photo prints, photo albums and high-end poster décor, the smooth archival paper produces superior color saturation and a high Dmax for high-impact image reproduction. Sunset Photo Matte Paper is the thickest, heaviest and most durable (280g, 12-mil) inkjet…
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YES! Up to 70% at LexJet’s Year End Sale

Year End Sale at LexJet

Choose from more than 70 products at LexJet offered at up to 70% off, now through December 31. Products on sale include fine art papers, photo papers, display films, laminates, backers, banner material, canvas, and other specialty inkjet materials for any application imaginable, including… Up to 60% off solvent/low-solvent/UV-curable/latex inkjet media Up to 70% off…
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Sunset Print Award Grand Prize Winner: Permanent Bond

Permanent Bond by Tammy Bevins

The judging panel for the first annual National Sunset Print Award described the First Place Grand Prize winner – Permanent Bond by Tammy Bevins – as “flawless,” “masterful” and “fully resolved.” The image depicts the bond her twin sons have had since before they were born. In fact, there was little debate about the print,…
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