Signing and dating prints
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No matter what your signature looks like, what form it takes or where you put it, no work of your art is complete without one.
Your signature identifies your art for all time as having been created, completed and approved of by you and you alone (with the exception of collaborative works, of course).
Barack Obama famously issued dozens of these 'signing statements,' after campaigning against their use.
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This morning I added a new section to it relating to Signing blank pieces of paper occurs when the economic value of the print lies in the signature.
Certain artists (eg Dali) are well known for having done this in the past and this has now undermined the secondary market for their prints.
This month the Making A Mark Poll is about signing artwork.
I've also created a new resources for artists website - How to sign a painting and other fine art - which is providing to be very popular.