Fine art printing & editions

Fuller's Gallery

Fine art printing & editions


Fuller's work can be found in private and public art collections around the world. Each print is made by the artist in collaboration with specialist fine art printers using a mixture of traditional and modern techniques. As with all stages of Fuller’s work, the printing process is obsessively managed, resulting in high quality artisan editions. Each print is unique; with a certificate of authenticity and its ownership catalogued by the artist.

Inkjet technology is often used to ensure an accurate reproduction of the original art. The inkjet process preserves the marks, scratches and tones of the original work. These prints can be hand finished by the artist using varnishes and embellished with silkscreen layers, glazes or leafing. The stock of fine art paper is chosen specifically for each edition. Other printing processes used include silk screen and hand operated lithographic presses.

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All consignments are tracked and must be signed for on arrival.We work with highly experienced art couriers for international delivery and clearance of original works and prints.


We’ll do our upmost to make sure you’re happy with your purchase.

If you would like to make a return, please let us know by sending an email to:

If the art is faulty or damaged when it arrives with you, then you can of course return it for an exchange or full refund. If you make a purchase and it really was the wrong decision (this hasn’t happened yet!) you will get a full refund, excluding the outgoing delivery charge, return postage costs must be covered by you. We will aim to process the refund as soon as possible, but please allow up to 28 days from the date returned to receive your money. All returns must be made within 14 days of purchase and we’re afraid to say there are strictly no refunds after this time.