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• Print comes 8.5″ x 11″ at full 300 dpi resolution
• High quality PDF provided
• Instant file download after purchase – from the cart
This item is provided as digital files (PDF). Simply print from your home or office printer, or take to your local print shop. There are some great online digital print websites such as Snapfish and Shutterfly.
*TERMS OF PURCHASE*
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• This item is non-refundable.
• Files are not emailed to you. For your convenience, they are available for download directly from this site.
• Due to different monitor/printer calibration settings, the color appearance on your screen may not truly represent the finished print.
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Intended for personnel and educational use ONLY! Not for commercial use.
This product is licensed for single user/single classroom use. If additional teachers will be using this resource, multiple licenses must be purchased.
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These images print extremely well on standard 20 lb 96 bright printer paper.
To enhance the final art experience we suggest printing on card stock, gloss paper or bright white paper.
See the Types of Paper listed below.
The most commonly used printer paper; matte paper is characterized by its dull, lusterless coating and smooth surface finish. Thanks to the texture and absorbency of matte paper, ink dries quickly on its surface – reducing the risk of smears and blemishes.
Coated in a high-shine polymer, glossy printer papers produce rich, vibrant color and impeccable detail – making them an excellent choice for printing sharp, full color photographs. The downside to glossy paper is that ink tends to dry slowly on its surface, increasing the likelihood of smudges and smears.
Bright White Paper
Sure, standard copy paper is white, but it isn’t as white as bright white paper. This specially developed paper features a non-textured surface and a brilliant white coating – making it perfect for professional, corporate use when you require more image and text definition.
Copier & Laser Printer Paper
Copier paper is the most commonly used type of printer paper; the stuff you purchase in large packs and stockpile beside your printer. It’s thin, lightweight and 75% opaque, and often has a matte coating for faster drying times.
You guessed it – inkjet paper is specially designed for use with inkjet printers. In truth, the term is rather broad, and can be applied to any paper capable of running through an inkjet machine – including photo paper, glossy paper and business card paper.
Designed for use with dot-matrix, line printers and other machines with the appropriate paper-feed mechanism; listing paper is a continuous ream of sheets connected by a perforated seam. Given that the paper can be continuously fed, it’s ideal for business use when speed and performance are key.
In essence, photo paper is just another type of glossy paper – albeit, with a few subtle differences. Photo paper is usually glossy on one side only, and has a much higher weight than other glossy papers. It’s often brighter too, enabling sharper image definition.
Andrew Turner was born in l944 in Chester, Pennsylvania. He was a graduate of Temple University’s Tyler School of Art. Andrew’s work has been widely acclaimed, with many solo exhibitions and participation in group exhibitions. He has taught art in grades K-1 2 in the Chester, Pennsylvania Public Schools and in correctional centers. Andrew Turner Artwork click here
Romare Howard Bearden was born on September 2, 1911, to (Richard) Howard and Bessye Bearden in Charlotte, North Carolina, and died in New York City on March 12, 1988, at the age of 76. His life and art are marked by exceptional talent, encompassing a broad range of intellectual and scholarly interests, including music, performing arts, history, literature and world art. Bearden was also a celebrated humanist, as demonstrated by his lifelong support of young, emerging artists. See Bearden Artwork click here