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Open Edition Prints

Museum-Quality Fine Art Open Edition Prints

A great way to buy your home or office a stunning piece of museum-quality art, in the size you want and at an affordable price that will last a lifetime.

Cornwall is home to some of the most talented contemporary artists in the country, and at The John Dyer Gallery, we are proud to offer this collection of museum-quality fine art open edition prints from our artists.

Our range of open edition fine art prints includes works by John Dyer, Ted Dyer and Joanne Short - all of whom are well-known and highly respected within the Cornish art community.

The prints have a selection of sizes to choose from and some are available framed. The unframed prints have a wider selection of sizes to select from andframing locally to yourself allows you to choose the exact specification and look.

Prints to last 100 years - find out more
Our open edition prints are all printed on high-quality fine art paper using archival inks, meaning they'll look great for years to come. So if you're looking for a unique and stylish way to display Cornish art in your home or office, look no further than our open editions.

 

•Each print is produced to last a lifetime - more than 100 years in optimum conditions. N.B. Prints need to be framed & glazed, not in damp conditions and not hung in direct sunlight to achieve their maximum longevity.
•These prints are perfect for people who love Cornish art and want to bring it into their lives and homes at an affordable price and with a choice of sizes.
•All prints are fine art archival museum quality.
•The prints are supplied unframed so you can choose the perfect frame locally to you or some prints are available framed.
•Your purchase will be printed and shipped with free delivery locally to you from the UK, the USA, the EU and Australia.
•Each print is carefully packed and shipped and will arrive with you a few days after ordering.

Our open edition prints are created for you by our official Fine Art Trade Guild printers. The lightfastness of the print is one of the most important criteria for this quality standard, which ensures that it scores a value of 6 or more on the Blue Wool Scale.

We only use genuine and official UV (pigment-based) inks, ensuring that each print accurately reflects the colour of the original painting. UV inks include extra light stabilisers that give them longevity of over a century under optimum conditions.