In classic, lithographic printing, an edition is the number of prints drawn from one plate. Likewise today, the notion of a" limited edition" is associated with a fixed number of impressions produced on the understanding that no further copies will be produced later on.
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Wrong Idea of Abstract
When surfing through Internet sites intended to encourage artists to show their work, I am surprised at some people's concept of the word "abstract". Is there any real "law"? Not exactly, every painter has the right to interpret the term at his or her own will. However, in the course of the last century, certain guide lines were established in the art world as to what "abstract art" imports. Moreover, we can always fall back on the verbal dictionary definitions. "Having only intrinsic form with no attempt at pictorial representation", is what Webster's dictionary states.