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Images appearing on this website may be available for sale, either as Premium Fine Art prints or as standard prints.

The watermark shown on the images will not be present on the prints.

Standard Prints

All standard prints are produced on demand using a selection of paper and pigments. Standard prints are open edition and a Certificate of Authenticity (CoA) will not bet issued.

All prints will be dispatched within seven working days of receiving your order.

Premium Fine Art Prints

Images appearing on this website may be available for sale as Premium Fine Art archival pigment prints. These prints are produced on demand, to the highest standards using the finest archival quality materials, unless explicitly stated otherwise.

Quality is of the utmost importance to Jon Kellett in all stages of print production, from start to finish. All stages of production are carried out by experts with a passion for their trade and pride in their work. When purchasing from Jon Kellett you are purchasing a premium product of the highest standard. A product that, with reasonable care, will last a lifetime.

Due to the premium nature of our fine art prints, it may take up to 14 days from when an order is placed to when the print is dispatched.

All premium prints, with the exception of Limited Edition prints are produced on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 100% Cotton Rag. This paper is acid free and contains zero optical brighteners. This paper has a slightly textured surface and is extremely luxurious.

Limited Edition prints are available for certain images only and in very limited numbers. Prints will be produced on either Hahnemühle Bamboo rag or Museum Etching, depending on the image. Hahnemühle Bamboo rag is 90% bamboo and 10% cotton and is guaranteed to be of archival standard. This paper is also acid free and contains zero optical brighteners.

Certificate of Authenticity

All Premium prints will be supplied with a certificate detailing the print and providing care instructions. Certificates for limited edition prints will be hand signed, whereas certificates for non-edition prints will not be hand signed. Certificates will be produced on Hahnemühle Museum Etching cotton rag.

Limited edition prints will be hand signed and numbered in the lower margin by Jon Kellett using an acrylic (archival quality) ink pen, or black pencil.

About Hahnemühle

Founded in 1584, Hahnemühle is the oldest German papermaker manufacturing papers for traditional and digital artists. Hahnemühle ensures that all pulp is obtained from sustainable cultivation, all waste is recycled and all electricity used in paper production is sourced entirely from renewable sources.

With Bamboo rag, Hahnemühle ensures that the acreage used to cultivate the bamboo was not created at the expense of tropical forests. This paper is also acid free and contains zero optical brighteners.