Prints from MCO Fine Art, LLC


MCO Fine Art, LLC offers exhibition quality, archival pigment prints. The color, details, vibrance, and longevity are unmatched.

Loose Prints

A single print signed and numbered. Loose prints are a safely shipped in a flat reinforced cardboard box. We strongly recommend keeping the art in this original shipping package ready for transport to your local framer. We suggest minimal handling because of propensity for the art to be creased, finger printed, or damaged.

Editions

MCO Fine Art editions are original artwork on paper, signed lower right and numbered in the lower left (1/5, 2/5, etc.). 

Documentation

A certificate is included with each print. The certificate has the print title, edition information, and basic artist information. 

Papers & Inks

The papers are cotton with a natural, off-white tone, no optical brighteners, and a matte surface with subtle texture (like some watercolor papers). They are acid free and rated archival quality. Archival quality colors are pigment based from Epson, and the printing process is sometimes referred to "giclée" in the art world. Print archival ratings are consistently 200 years or more.

A Note on Color

Paints and inks on paper and canvas produce colors via reflected light, and those colors will present differently from images on computer monitors or phones, which is transmitted light. Colors produced through transmitted light vary depending on type of monitor, monitor settings, gamut limitations, and age of monitor. For tangible works, like paintings, drawings, and MCO art, the light source will affect the look of colors. For example, colors look different in different light, e.g. tungsten light, full-spectrum light, northern light, shade, etc. Fortunately, the eye is very skilled in interpreting color in different settings and tends not to perceive color as clinically as a camera. 

Displaying Works of Art

Display works on paper under glass away from UV light sources (sunlight, fluorescent lights). Purchase framing direct from MCO Fine Art at time of purchase, or have it framed at your favorite local framer. Reframe every 20 years.