Artists of Scotland
Fine Art Publishing Company
in 1999 the company was set up to help emerging Scottish
artists increase public awareness of their art, mainly
by publishing their work as quality limited edition
republished Round O prints are blind
embossed with an official seal - a classic emblem
showing the Scottish thistle.
This Scottish Brand identifies all print
editions produced by the publisher and is synonymous
with the company's policy of printing only the finest
Fine Art Prints
Artists of Scotland Fine Art Publishing Company
uses the revolutionary new continuous-tone printing
process known as giclée.
Giclée Fine Art printing is now
considered to be one of the highest quality reproduction
methods for fine art currently available. Using a
new pigmented ink technology called Ultrachrome, the
inks used increase archival capabilities up to seventy
five years or more when treated as a piece of fine
process utilises a much higher resolution or dots
per inch than traditional lithography.
Offering long term image stability and outstanding
colour reproduction with an exceptional colour gamut
(or range). Prints are produced on 100% cotton acid-free
archival quality paper at 235gms.
Giclée prints have been exhibited in prominent
galleries and museums worldwide and are widely accepted
as a fine art medium by collectors and artists alike.