Artists of Scotland
Fine Art Publishing Company
in 1999 the publishing company was set up
to help emerging Scottish artists increase
public awareness of their art, mainly by reproducing
their work as quality limited edition prints.
'Disbanded' giclée print, from a fine
art reproduction of the Old Master's work,
is blind embossed with the publishers official
seal - a classic emblem showing the Scottish
The print is produced using
the revolutionary new continuous-tone printing
process known as giclée.
Fine Art printing
is now considered to be one of the highest quality
reproduction methods for fine art currently available.
Using a new pigmented ink technology called Ultrachrome,
the inks used increase archival capabilities up
to seventy five years or more when treated as
a piece of fine art.
The process also utilizes a much higher resolution
or dots per inch than traditional lithography.