So, you've decided which Jackson & Young artworks you'd like prints of, but now you're wondering which paper stock they should be printed on – that's where we can help. We've pulled together this quick and easy guide to picking the perfect paper for your new artwork.
We've decided to stock our gallery with these superlative papers because they are ultra high-quality and create the finest quality reproductions of our original works. Which will you pick?
Heavy Matte Paper
The most popular choice out of our range; this ultra luxe 230gsm material is a brilliant all-rounder. It has a lovely smooth finish and is what we use for our standard gallery and market stock.
Watercolour Paper – Radiant White
This is a slightly textured paper with a premium lustre finish. It holds colours incredibly well, producing super vibrancy and contrast, making it a popular choice for artists' work. It's a great option for something a little more special.
Velvet Fine Art Paper
With its supreme quality, this beautiful paper produces exceptional giclée art prints every time. It comes with 100+ year's colour light fastness (meaning it won't fade) and is paper luxury at its finest.
Some of the most sought-after pieces in our gallery are our hand embellished prints. The process involves us adding additional layers of oil paint, collage and metallics on top of our fine art prints, which enhances the printed colours and adds a glorious rich texture.