Why should an artist create an art print of his own works and how can he defend himself against copyright copies sold without his knowledge?
An art print can be the simple reproduction of a unique work, sometimes realized without the knowledge of the author, at the limit of the penal code. But a Fine-Art print can be at the same time also a diffusion tool, a vehicle of art democracy.
We can consider the copy of art as a sort of second-born son of a noble family, we can look without prejudice what good can also offer an artistic print.
The qualities that are normally appreciated in an artwork are fundamentally linked: to form, to meaning, to material, to history, and of course to originality and all these elements are also present in a copy of art.
The artistic lithographic prints we make, are not limited to reproducing artworks, but propose the work of art in a different context than the traditional one of its fruition: the Fine-Art print, in fact, allows you to transport the work in a context of daily consumption. The art of printing is one of the components that has decreed the success of the Parisian artists of the early twentieth century including Picasso, Matisse, Renoir and Chagall.
Many artists contact us to create the artistic prints of their works using them for presentations or exhibitions in order to make their style much more quickly known.
They usually give a copy to fans and critics and, obviously, sell a copy of art that faithfully reproduces the colors and details of the original work. Artists prefer to print with PrintLitoArt because they not only recognize in our art print the intrinsic characteristics of their original work, from the colors to the exaltation of the smallest details, but also because we give them the possibility to personalize the artistic prints with special workings to make lithography a new work of art.