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Untitled (My ear is bleeding) Fine Art Prints
Untitled (My ear is bleeding) Fine Art Prints

Untitled (My ear is bleeding) Fine Art Prints

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Untitled (My ear is bleeding) has been timid to make its coming out. Painted in early 2019, it sat across the studio from me, gazing back as though it was saying, “No, not today, I’m not ready yet.” Nothing has changed (meaning I haven't had urge or temptation to go back into or otherwise change the painting), for whatever reason, it just wasn't time to come out until now. The original abstract is acrylic and ink on stretched “found” canvas that measures 30 x 40 inches. It comes in several print size options on Hahnemühle Torchon FineArt paper.

Hahnemühle Torchon is a cellulose-based FineArt inkjet paper with an inkjet coating specially tailored for FineArt applications. The bright white art paper has a clear, coarsely structured felt mark and is characterized by its tactile feel. The unique surface structure blends with the image which lends an impressive sense of depth for an almost three-dimensional effect. The premium matte inkjet coating produces outstanding print results, with bright colors, perfect reproduction of detail. The specially designed, acid-free and lignin-free, Torchon paper meets the most exacting requirements for age resistance and museum quality.

Size: Refers to image size
Border: Additional white space on each side
Total Size: Image + (Border x 2)
Thickness: 20 mm
Weight: 285 g/m², 100% α-cellulose
Color: Bright white 
Texture: Coarsely structured felt mark
Coating: Matte premium inkjet coating
pH: Acid- and lignin-free
Quality: ISO 9706 conform / museum archival

Canon iPF8400
Inks: Canon Lucia Inks
Dmax & Color Gamut Level: Excellent

Use and store ideally at a relative humidity of 35 to 65% and a temperature of 10 to 30° C (50° – 86°F.)
Use care in handling printed material, surface susceptible to abrasion.
Store papers in archive quality envelopes, folders, and boxes.
Use only archive grade tapes and glues for mounting & framing.
All recommendations and product indications are for your guidance and are subject to test criteria, which remain subject to change without prior notice. The consistency of results is not guaranteed.