5X7 LOOK ME IN THE EYE Photo Print: OPEN Edition
Artist reproduction, open edition* photo prints with an archival duration exceeding 100 years.
*An open edition reproduction print can be produced in any quantity. Open editions tend to cost less than limited editions and are much less likely to increase in value.
Important: 5x7 is the size of the photo paper on which the image is printed. The size of the image on the paper varies due to the proportions of the original painting. For example, the actual image size is generally 5x6.66 or similar. This gives the image white bars on top and bottom of the 5x7 print. The print will fit in a standard 5x7 frame, however, you may want to add a mat around the image for a border with equal edges.
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Shipping is free in the US! Currently, we are not shipping out of the US. Please contact Logan if you would like to arrange to ship outside the US.
Please allow 10-14 business days to receive your product. Your art will be carefully packaged in a clear protective sleeve, placed in a rigid envelope which is safe for shipping art prints, or carefully rolled and placed into firm mailing tubes, depending on the size of your print.
In some cases, prints are in stock and can be shipped sooner. In other cases, prints will be printed as they are ordered, signed and numbered by Logan if they are in a limited edition, and then shipped.
We appreciate your patience. You can be sure we are shipping your new art to you asap!
DIRECTIONS for Displaying Art
Frame and, if desired, mat the print. Use a backing board and sheet of glass to protect your print from buckling, exposure to light and dirt. Use all archival, acid-free materials (i.e., mounting and mat boards, tapes and adhesives), to protect the artworks from exposure to contaminants that would cause staining or deterioration. You can frame your print yourself or take it to your local framing store.