This art print after the Hundertwasser's painting "WHO HAS EATEN ALL MY WINDOWS" (oeuvre 970) is a premium 8-colour offset print on 250 g/sqm cast coated, high gloss paper. Highly refractive silver and golden glossy-foils are embossed and overprinted in a complex print and drying process. Four specialized companies in the area around Stuttgart are involved in this complicated manufacturing process.
The silver frame has a grey inner edge, the passe-partout is acid-free and the glass is a 2 mm thick scratch-resistant float glass. To prevent bending and waving because of fluctuations in temperature and humidity, the art print has been laminated on the back panel and the passe-partout has been glued on the art print. Furthermore the art print has been framed dust-proof. These production techniques have been applied to achieve a long lasting and optically perfect result.
Frame format: 77 x 61,5 x 2,5 cm / 30,1" x 24,2" x 1"
Format of the visible art print: 54,0 x 38,5 cm / 21,3" x 15,2"
Print: premium 8-colour offset print on 250 g/sqm cast coated, high gloss paper
Processing: gold and silver glossy-foil embossings
Frame: silver frame with a grey inner edge, black passe-partout (acid-free), dust-proof processing and a 2 mm thick scratch-resistant glass
Made in Germany
Manufacturer: Wörner Verlag GmbH