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Limited edition works are part of a finite series. Printed on archival paper, each is signed and numbered on the back of the print in the right hand corner by the artist. Edition sizes are set by dimension, as in each size has a finite number. The edition numbers are fixed, which means that once the prints sell out, they are no longer available. These prints are more expensive because of paper size and quality, as well as the collectibility which owning a limited edition piece of art affords. Limited editions are the artistic equivalent of a hand-knit sweater versus one that is mass-produced.
An open edition is a print produced in bulk with no set limit to the number of copies that the artist might make or sell. These are printed on archival Epson luster paper, printed in a much more cost-effective manner than the limited edition series. Open editions are only made in the sizes offered on this website.
While you own a piece of artwork created by Albert Lewis, you do not own any rights to the image; you have purchased a copy of the image. Only the owner of the copyright is authorized to reproduce the image. All of Albert's images are protect by US Copyright laws, and are registered with the US Copyright office. Without prior permission, you cannot copy or reproduce the image for any reason, be it personal, educational, non-profit, or commercial. If you want permission to use or license an image for any reason, please contact us directly for a licensing quote.