Limited edition unframed print
Digital print on Hahnemühle William Turner art paper
310g/m2 paper, visually and texturally resembles hand-made artist paper, as shown in photos
Limited edition of 25 across all sizes
Digitally signed and numbered by artist with a certificate of authenticity
Shipped in a tube from Europe
The photos in situ are not to scale.
This print will fit into a standard frame. Allow 2cm for the signature and numbering if you are adding a photo mount.
Please contact us if you would like this artwork professionally framed.
A giclée printing process provides a far superior colour accuracy in hues, saturation and luminance, including shadows and highlights than any other form of print reproduction, such as four-colour offset lithography or normal inkjet printing.
For giclée printing pigments are used, while in less quality printing processes dyes are used. A pigment is a coloured material that is completely or nearly insoluble in water. In contrast, dyes are typically soluble.
Giclée printing is the perfect method for reproducing archival fine art, photography and digital art. Giclée prints can be printed on a variety of substrates including 100% cotton rag, such as those made by Hahnemühle. Hahnemühle’s authentic fine art papers are extremely resistant to ageing and are regarded as top of the line often used for exhibitions and limited-edition art prints.
As a result these prints have extremely long-lasting colour that is true to the original. They can last for more than 100 years without showing signs of noticeable fading. They are considered to be the highest quality prints available and are sold through galleries and museums throughout the world.
Danny is inspired by the winter landscapes in the Swiss and French Alps. He works with and combines different media such as acrylics on canvas, aquarelle and ink on paper, and fully digital paintings.Read More
Danny grew up in the Netherlands where he painted, photographed and studied technology. After 30 years working and living around the world he and his wife now call the Swiss Alps and the Mediterranean island of Crete home. The inspiration for many of his paintings start from these different and wonderful places. He draws inspiration from his everyday environment with a focus on composition through shape, tonal value and colour. His inspiration starts with the impressionists, and continues to many contemporary artists.
He hasn’t yet concluded on his own style, and it is unlikely he ever will. He also likes to try out new styles by using different media. Some of his works converge as we have curated here. For Chalet Art Store we’ve selected his digitally painted works all inspired by the winter landscapes of the Swiss and French Alps, printed beautifully on special Hahnemuehle art paper.Read Less