Is the image size the print or the paper?
Image size refers to the paper dimensions. We retain the dimensions of the original image and scale to ensure the fine art reproduction fits the paper size you choose.
What is the archival process used? How are your fine art prints made?
All prints ordered through the website or in our Museum Shop are made in the Curatorial Offices on site at the Institute. AIHA archival replicas are superior to other prints because of the technique, expertise, and materials used. Our digital imaging specialist carefully color matches the printed reproduction against the original work of art in our collection, ensuring the highest degree of fidelity. The finest archival pigment inks and rag paper are used. Studies show that these replicas will last more than 100 years without any noticeable fading or deterioration if handled and framed correctly.
What other information is printed on the print?
Credit lines are attached to the back of the image unless the finished product is intended to be displayed in a public place. In those instances, the credit lines are placed discreetly below to provide the public with information about the image and its location.
Can I get a fine art reproduction made of anything in your Collections?
Fine art reproductions are available for most images currently displayed in the collections database on the website. Other works may be available; contact the Museum Shop at (518) 463-4478 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out whether your preference is available.
Is there a shipping cost per print?
Yes, an additional fee is charged for shipping and handling. Shipping costs are automatically applied during the ordering process.
When can I expect my print to arrive?
You can expect delivery of your order within two to four weeks. Tracking numbers for shipments may be provided upon request. Be sure to provide accurate contact information so you can be notified of any unexpected issues or delays.