What is an edition print?

An edition is a number of prints made from one plate, negative or digital file. A small, or limited edition is a fixed number of works produced under the proviso that no further copies will be created later. Editions are signed and numbered by the artist to reflect the unique number of impressions and the total edition size. In general, the smaller the edition size, the greater the value of the print.

Will more numbers be added to the edition?

No, once an edition is numbered and sold, no more works at that size or of that exact image should be created.

How do I know if my print is authentic?

All Catherine's prints are hand-signed, numbered and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.


How long will delivery take?

All prints are printed & framed to order, hand signed & numbered by Catherine. Attention to detail & quality of the finished works are of paramount importance to us. To allow this process to unfold, & to ensure your print arrives in perfect condition please allow 28 days to fulfill your order.

Where do you ship?

Prints ship currently to the UK, Europe, North America, Canda & Australia & New Zealand.

Framed works currently can be shipped to UK & Europe. If you live outside these zones and are interested in buying a framed work, please contact Catherine for a quote. We can ship internationally but only on a more bespoke level.


Is the packaging Eco-friendly?

Our poster tubes are made from recycled cardboard and are recyclable. The tube ends are made from recycled plastic and are also recyclable. 

Our print envelopes are Eco friendly and made from recycled content and fully recyclable. 

Our tape is paper based and water activated, so no need for any adhesives or plastics. It’s made from 100% recycled content. It’s FSC certified and printed with soy ink.



Can I view the artwork in person prior to purchase?

Unfortunately not at this time. Each artwork is printed to order. However, Catherine is planning to take part in forthcoming events whereby you can come and view her work then. Make sure you sign up to the NEWSLETTER for the latest.



How can I best care for my artwork once it arrives?

Try not to touch the print with bare hands. Getting the artwork framed as soon as possible would be highly recommended. Frames with anti-reflective glass will help keep it safe from UV damage and prevent damp getting to it. Ideally hang it in a dry environment away from direct sunlight or areas of high humidity.  


Please contact Catherine with any questions.

Phone: +44 (0)7711606123

Email: cath@catherinegratwicke.com