Some articles on prints, print:
... Limited edition prints, also known as LE's, have been standard in printmaking from the nineteenth century onwards ... A limit to the print run is crucial, as many traditional printmaking techniques can only produce a limited number of best quality impressions ... or twenty for a technique like drypoint, but more commonly would be in the low hundreds - print runs of over a thousand are regarded as dubious by the serious art ...
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