Technique

Q: What is watercoloured serigraphy?
A: Each serigraphy (silkscreen or screen-print) was printed in black and white (drawing only in most cases, in some cases certain colours may be printed as well) and then manually watercolored by the author. Such work is thus unique because it was coloured by hand. Artworks may be similar (same art with similar colours) but they simply can’t be exactly the same because they were coloured by brush and by hand.
These are not serigraphies printed in full colour (all are the same) and numbered.

Q: What is serigraphy in colour?
A: Each serigraphy (silkscreen or screen-print) was printed in colour and numbered.

Q: What is photolitography?
A: Each photolitography was printed in colour and numbered.

Q: What is “E. d’A” instead of numbering?
A: E.d’A or Épreuve d’artiste is the French word version for artist proof. Usually an artist receives/keeps 10-15% out of an edition for his own use. These impressions are called artist’s proofs (AP, A.P., épreuve d’artiste) and are in addition to the numbered edition.

Q: What is watercoloured etching?
A: Each etching was printed in black and white (drawing only) and then manually watercolored by the author. It is thus unique because it was coloured by hand. Artworks may be similar (same drawing with similar colours) but they simply can’t be exactly the same because they were coloured by brush and by hand.

Q: What is the condition of paper artworks?
A: Please have in mind that age is visible on some artworks on paper. There might be slight folding on the edges due to handling during past years, but each artwork has been handled and stored in the best way possible.

Artworks offered on Ebay are not in worse condition than in regular sale. Those are simply, randomly selected to be offered at discounted price.