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EDITIONS

Photos are printed in three different sizes within the edition of 9 + 2 Artist Proofs (APs).

After the edition has reached its capacity, it will be officially retired.
Starting in 2024, all editions will be available in three sizes.
Please note that sizing may vary by edition.
Variations will be clearly specified on the individual print page.

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Artworks are printed and mounted using the very finest materials and craftsmanship. All of our fine art prints are offered with Archival pigment print face-mounted to Museum grade acrylic. Museum grade acrylic is a transparent material with outstanding strength, stiffness, and optical clarity. Museum grade acrylic exhibits glass-like qualities-clarity, brilliance, and transparency, but at half the weight and many times the impact resistance of glass.

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ARCHIVAL PRINTS

Archival prints represent museum-quality pieces crafted with refined pigment particles, resulting in stunning, high-resolution finished artwork that possess archival properties lasting over 120 years. True to its name, this printing method is dedicated to producing artwork that stands the test of time.

FRAMING

We use the highest quality hardwoods available to ensure museum quality presentation for your artwork. Rest assured that every frame we offer is of the finest quality and made to order. Framing is available in white, black, walnut, and oak.

EDITION INTEGRITY

Each print by Tom Meinelt is accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity (COA). This certificate provides essential details; including the artist's name, artwork title, dimensions, photograph number, edition number, purchase date, artist's signature, and signing date. The Certificate of Authenticity (COA) serves to safeguard the value of the edition by providing irrefutable proof of its provenance. Elevating the value of your print over time, we meticulously maintain a Catalogue Raisonné, ensuring authenticity and contributing to the enduring legacy of each piece.

PRINT CARE

How should I clean my artwork?

For the image surface, exercise extreme caution when cleaning your print. Adhere to the manufacturer's instructions and use a soft, damp cloth or chamois to dust the picture glazing. Apply only gentle pressure, rinse with clean water, and dry by blotting the cloth. Avoid using dry or gritty cloths, as they may lead to surface scratches and generate a static electric charge. It is crucial to refrain from using window cleaning sprays, kitchen scouring compounds, or solvents like acetone, gasoline, or lacquer thinner for cleaning, as these substances can result in permanent damage to your image. For the frame a high-quality microfiber cloth is recommended. Apply gentle pressure, rinse with clean water, and dry by blotting the cloth. Avoid the use of liquid and chemical cleaning products, as these may cause the finish to deteriorate over time. 

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SHIPPING AND INSTALLATION

Expert fine art handling, installation, and transportation services within the Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco areas is available from our trusted partners.  Please contact us here for a quote.  Both domestic and international shipping is available. For orders outside the U.S.A., kindly contact us at tom@tommeinelt.com or call/text +1.424.422.1819 (anytime) and we will get back to you at our earliest convenience. We will gladly assist you with purchase and shipping information. Answers to many other FAQ’s can be found here. 

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