Before placing your order, first consider whether you would like to receive your print framed or unframed and jot down the title or description of your selection. Then call our number to order. 802-464-5523
We can accept Visa, Mastercard or American Express over the telephone. At this time The Art of Humor does not accept orders over the internet. Please do not e-mail any credit card information.
PRICES FOR GICLEE PRINTS
16 X 20 inches: $175 unframed & $275 framed
16 x 40 inches: $250 unframed only
16 x 16 inches: $175 unframed & $275 framed
20 X 20 inches: $200 unframed & $300 framed
Prices include shipping and handling anywhere in the continental U.S.
Skip Morrow holds the copyright to all images displayed on this site. Unauthorized reproduction of this intellectual property is forbidden by law. Please remember that the purchase of any print or original artwork does not, in itself, imply the transfer of any copyright to the collector. Such rights, for specific properties, must be obtained under a separate written agreement with the artist.
SKIP MORROW and THE ART OF HUMOR GALLERY
PO Box 123 Wilmington, Vermont 06363
30 Not-A Road Wilmington, Vermont 05363
ABOUT GICLEE PRINTS
A Giclée is a high resolution digital print made from an archival ink and media combination. Prints may be digitally enhanced, altered or hand embellished by the artist so each one is truly unique. The process is especially suited to the digital artist who works in Photoshop or other composition programs.
Prints can be made on demand so an edition can be filled as prints are sold. Prints can also be offered in different sizes as needed. Giclée prints may last from 50 to 200 years depending upon the ink set, media and display environment.
Giclée is also a recognized fine art print category like lithographs and serigraphs. Giclée is considered the world's best technique for reproducing original works of art and for printing digitally created art and fine art photography.
Among the many museums with Giclée prints in their collections are: The British Museum, The Metropolitan Museum New York, Los Angeles County Museum, Museum of Modern Art New York, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.