The Diamond Standard of Fine Art Printing, with lifetime no-fade guarantee!

The Lumachrome process is engineered to surpass the limitations of pigment paper print. Details appear to emerge in 3D from the depths of the image with the Lumachrome process thanks to the transparency layer that is infused with iridium particles and is encapsulated in a layer suspended between the white poly surface and Acrylic. The print is face mounted on 1/8” Truelife® acrylic, which is an anti-reflective, abrasion resistant acrylic. It is then backed with another piece of acrylic. The edges are diamond milled for a satin look that gives an invisible clean look that does not catch bright reflections and distract from the image like the polished edges does. This presentation is the perfect choice for those looking for a modern approach to display the artwork.

This print type comes with the museum float mount, and no frame is required. If you would like this print framed, see our Frame Options or contact us directly and we can help you pick out the perfect frame for your print.

This print comes with a lifetime no fade guarantee! If one of your Lumachrome Acrylic Mounted Prints fade, Tomas will replace it at no cost to you!

Shown as a 30x45 inch Lumachrome print.

Cliff Cottage

Limited Edition of 50 Museum Grade, Fine Art Prints.

The old coastguard cottages just above Chuckmere Haven on the Seven Sisters are one of the most scenic places to photograph the English Channel. My only disappointment was we didn't get to stay until sundown, but I still got a classic photograph of the white cliffs, puffy clouds, the ocean and the cottage. We parked at the Seven Sisters Car Park on the Chuckmere River and walked down to the coast. It was an amazing hike and we got down to the shore I noticed the cottages on the edge of the cliff. I mean right on the edge looking as if they are going to fall off! I hiked up the hill to get a better view of the cottages. My wife had shown me a similar picture to this in a magazine and I knew this site was on our agenda but for some reason I didn't realize where we were. I said to my wife "wow this is amazing, what a great find!" She replied "don't you remember seeing this in that magazine?" It was then I got it! I love the green field contrasted against the cloudy blue sky and the gray ocean in this photograph.

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