PREMIUM EDITION
What are premium edition prints?

Premium Edition Prints are Ken Duncan Limited Edition Prints. Each print in this category is numbered and there is a limit on the amount of prints available.

E.G. Outback Glory, SA is an edition of 300. This means that there will be 300 prints produced of this particular image.

Ken Duncan will hand title, number and hand sign your print.

How do I choose the right size print?

The old adage “the bigger the better” definitely applies to Ken Duncan artworks if you have the space.

  • Two seater lounge would work best with a 50” print
  • Three seater lounge would work best with a 60” print
  • A queen size bed would work best with a 60” print

Click here for the measurements of our standard framed prints.

How do I choose the right frame?

Our standard frames are all made of plantation timber, in a variety of finishes.

As a general rule of thumb warm colours such as yellows, oranges, reds work well with timber tones and cool or pastel colours such as blues, greens, pinks, purples and whites generally work better with black or white frames.

Your decor can also be a factor in deciding which frame will suit you best. Timber tones tend to suit country-style decor, while white and black frames tend to suit more contemporary-type decor. What are your window frames made of? Use that as a guide.

Please contact our gallery for further assistance in choosing a frame.

How much space do you need around the print?

General rule is that you need at least the same amount of space around a print that you would have around a window.

How do I choose the right image?

Nature never goes out of fashion. Choose a scene you like, or an image that moves you. Don’t choose prints according to your décor colour/s or style/s. The print is going to outlast all your décor and probably many style changes. Your print is going to turn your wall into a window on the beauty of nature. So, the question is, what would I like to see out of my window?

How do I hang my print?

We suggest using a picture rail style system such as Artiteq, as it adds a lot of versatility to hanging your prints, enabling you to move your artworks around without constantly damaging your walls.

If you are interested in purchasing the Artiteq hanging track system for your home, please contact the Gallery on 02 4367 6701 and one of our staff will assist you with finding the right fit for your home.

Here is an installation video – http://vimeo.com/34891727

What about lighting for my print?

We strongly advise investing in lighting for your artworks. Doing so will enhance the vibrancy in the colours of your artwork and bring your room to life. The number of lights you need will depend on the size of your artwork. We recommend a minimum of 2 lights on a 40” print, 3 lights for a 50” print, 4 lights for a 60” or 75” print. Be sure to direct the light evenly around your artwork, as well as any main points of interest in the image.

Will the colour be the same as I am seeing on the screen?

Every effort has been made on this Gallery site to accurately represent the vibrant colours of Ken Duncan's images. However, due to differences in computer screens and certain other variations, the images here should only be taken as a guide. Obviously, the colour and sharpness of a finished Ken Duncan Limited Edition Print is far superior to what can be presented on a small screen at low definition.

What is the printing process of the Premium Edition prints?

Your Ken Duncan artwork is printed with Epson UltraChrome pigment based inks on Hahnemuhle White Ultra Smooth Photo Rag 100% cotton, 305 gsm material. There is a border around the image for ease of handling and you should handle the print with great care to avoid scuffing, kinking or other damage.

Your fine art print has been sprayed 3 times with a UV protective sealant (certified by the Wilhelm Imaging Research Centre) to provide improved protection against fading and to protect the surface integrity.

What happens with delivery of my print?

Each of the items from the Ken Duncan Gallery is checked, packaged appropriately and despatched via a Courier.

When can I expect delivery?

Please allow up 4 to 6 weeks to turnaround and deliver. These prints are individually printed to order and each one is registered, signed and numbered. Each print is inspected and signed by Ken personally, so some delays can occur when working around Ken's travel schedule. If you place your order online, someone will contact you to advise the estimated delivery date.

If you require an order urgently please contact the Gallery directly on +61 2 4367 6701 to discuss current despatch times.

How much does delivery cost?

Ken Duncan’s Limited Edition Prints include delivery Australia wide.

For overseas orders, delivery is included for unframed prints. If you plan on ordering a framed print being delivered overseas you will need to contact the Gallery for a quote on the freight charge.

Please contact the Gallery on +61 2 4367 6701.

What happens if my print is damaged during the delivery transit?

Framed prints are professionally packaged and fully insured from our door to yours. In the unlikely event of damage in transit, we will have the print collected from you and replaced with a perfect one at no additional charge to you.

Do you send framed prints overseas?

Yes we can, however we strongly recommend you purchase an unframed print instead. Firstly, unframed prints include shipping overseas whereas framed prints wouldn’t. Secondly, it becomes too risky sending framed prints overseas.

The unframed print will come with all framing instructions to ensure that the framer you take the print to knows exactly how we would frame it here.

What do I do if I recently just purchased a limited edition print off the previous owner?

You should email the Gallery at erina@kenduncan.com and provide your full name, address, contact phone and the print details (print title and number), along with the previous owners details and proof of purchase.

If you would like the Gallery to update the registration records with your details and reissue a Certificate of Authenticity then we can do so for $50.

Please contact the Gallery on +61 2 4367 6701 to arrange this.

How do I resell my limited edition print?

If you would like to part ways with your print, then we would recommend selling your print privately. Please ensure you do your research and make sure you are clear about what you are selling; the print name, print number, print size, frame condition etc.

If you own a sold out Limited Edition Print, then you can list it on our Hall of Fame.

For questions regarding the Hall of Fame please see the tab on the right at the top of this page.

What happens if my details change?

If you have recently married or changed address, then it is really important for you to contact the Gallery and advise us of these changes in order for the registration records to keep up to date.

If this applies to you, please email erina@kenduncan.com and provide your print details (name and number), your previous details and your updated details.

We need your previous details so that we can verify the ownership.

2000 EDITION
What are 2000 Edition prints?

2000 Edition Prints are an edition of 2000 only. Each print in this category is numbered and there is a limit on the amount of prints available. This limit is 2000.

How do I choose the right frame?

As a general rule of thumb warm colours such as yellows, oranges, reds work well with timber tones and cool or pastel colours such as blues, greens, pinks, purples and whites generally work better with black or white frames.

Your decor can also be a factor in deciding which frame will suit you best. Timber tones tend to suit country-style decor, while white and black frames tend to suit more contemporary-type decor. What are your window frames made of? Use that as a guide.

Please contact our gallery for further assistance in choosing a frame.

How do I choose the right image?

Nature never goes out of fashion. Choose a scene you like, or an image that moves you. Don’t choose prints according to your décor colour/s or style/s. The print is going to outlast all your décor and probably many style changes. Your print is going to turn your wall into a window on the beauty of nature. So, the question is, what would I like to see out of my window?

How do I hang my print?

We suggest using a picture rail style system such as Artiteq, as it adds a lot of versatility to hanging your prints, enabling you to move your artworks around without constantly damaging your walls.

If you are interested in purchasing the Artiteq hanging track system for your home, please contact the Gallery on 02 4367 6701 and one of our staff will assist you with finding the right fit for your home.

Here is an installation video – http://vimeo.com/34891727

What about lighting for my print?

We strongly advise investing in lighting for your artworks. Doing so will enhance the vibrancy in the colours of your artwork and bring your room to life.

Will the colour be the same as I am seeing on the screen?

Every effort has been made on this Gallery site to accurately represent the vibrant colours of Ken Duncan's images. However, due to differences in computer screens and certain other variations, the images here should only be taken as a guide. Obviously, the colour and sharpness of a finished Ken Duncan Limited Edition Print is far superior to what can be presented on a small screen at low definition.

What happens with delivery of my print?

Each of the items from the Ken Duncan Gallery is checked, packaged appropriately and despatched via a Courier.

When can I expect delivery?

If you order a 18”, 24” or 30” size, these will generally be dispatched within 14 days after you place your order. If we expect a delay, we will contact you.

If you order a 40” or above, please allow up 4 to 6 weeks to turnaround and deliver. These prints are individually printed to order and each one is registered, signed and numbered. 2000 Edition Prints 40” or larger are inspected and signed by Ken personally, so some delays can occur when working around Ken's travel schedule. If you place your order online, someone will contact you to advise the estimated delivery date.

If you require an order urgently please contact the Gallery directly on +61 2 4367 6701 to discuss current despatch times.

How much does delivery cost?

Ken Duncan’s 2000 Edition Prints include delivery Australia wide.

For overseas orders, delivery is included for unframed prints. If you plan on ordering a framed print being delivered overseas you will need to contact the Gallery for a quote on the freight charge.

Please contact the Gallery on +61 2 4367 6701.

What happens if my print is damaged during the delivery transit?

Framed prints are professionally packaged and fully insured from our door to yours. In the unlikely event of damage in transit, we will have the print collected from you and replaced with a perfect one at no additional charge to you.

What do I do if I recently just purchased a 2000 Edition print off the previous owner?

You should email the Gallery at erina@kenduncan.com and provide your full name, address, contact phone and the print details (print title and number), along with the previous owners details and proof of purchase.

If you would like the Gallery to update the registration records with your details and reissue a Certificate of Authenticity then we can do so for $50.

Please contact the Gallery on +61 2 4367 6701 to arrange this.

How do I resell my limited edition print?

If you would like to part ways with your print, then we would recommend selling your print privately. Please ensure you do your research and make sure you are clear about what you are selling; the print name, print number, print size, frame condition etc.

If you own a sold out Limited Edition Print, then you can list it on our Hall of Fame.

For questions regarding the Hall of Fame please see the tab on the right at the top of this page.

What happens if my details change?

If you have recently married or changed address, then it is really important for you to contact the Gallery and advise us of these changes in order for the registration records to keep up to date.

If this applies to you, please email erina@kenduncan.com and provide your print details (name and number), your previous details and your updated details.

We need your previous details so that we can verify the ownership.

OPEN EDITION
What are Open Edition prints?

Open Edition prints are original Ken Duncan prints, however they are not numbered and there is no limit to how many can be printed.

How do I choose the right size print?

The old adage “the bigger the better” definitely applies to Ken Duncan artworks if you have the space.

  • Two seater lounge would work best with a 50” print
  • Three seater lounge would work best with a 60” print
  • A queen size bed would work best with a 60” print

Click here for the measurements of our standard framed prints. (link to framing document)

How do I choose the right frame?

Our standard frames are all made of plantation timber, in a variety of finishes.

As a general rule of thumb warm colours such as yellows, oranges, reds work well with timber tones and cool or pastel colours such as blues, greens, pinks, purples and whites generally work better with black or white frames.

Your decor can also be a factor in deciding which frame will suit you best. Timber tones tend to suit country-style decor, while white and black frames tend to suit more contemporary-type decor. What are your window frames made of? Use that as a guide.

Please contact our gallery for further assistance in choosing a frame.

How much space do you need around the print?

General rule is that you need at least the same amount of space around a print that you would have around a window.

How do I choose the right image?

Nature never goes out of fashion. Choose a scene you like, or an image that moves you. Don’t choose prints according to your décor colour/s or style/s. The print is going to outlast all your décor and probably many style changes. Your print is going to turn your wall into a window on the beauty of nature. So, the question is, what would I like to see out of my window?

How do I hang my print?

We suggest using a picture rail style system such as Artiteq, as it adds a lot of versatility to hanging your prints, enabling you to move your artworks around without constantly damaging your walls.

If you are interested in purchasing the Artiteq hanging track system for your home, please contact the Gallery on 02 4367 6701 and one of our staff will assist you with finding the right fit for your home.

Here is an installation video – http://vimeo.com/34891727

What about lighting for my print?

We strongly advise investing in lighting for your artworks. Doing so will enhance the vibrancy in the colours of your artwork and bring your room to life. The number of lights you need will depend on the size of your artwork. We recommend a minimum of 2 lights on a 40” print, 3 lights for a 50” print, 4 lights for a 60” or 75” print. Be sure to direct the light evenly around your artwork, as well as any main points of interest in the image.

Will the colour be the same as I am seeing on the screen?

Every effort has been made on this Gallery site to accurately represent the vibrant colours of Ken Duncan's images. However, due to differences in computer screens and certain other variations, the images here should only be taken as a guide. Obviously, the colour and sharpness of a finished Ken Duncan Limited Edition Print is far superior to what can be presented on a small screen at low definition.

What is the printing process of the Premium Edition prints?

Your Ken Duncan artwork is printed with Epson UltraChrome pigment based inks on Hahnemuhle White Ultra Smooth Photo Rag 100% cotton, 305 gsm material. There is a border around the image for ease of handling and you should handle the print with great care to avoid scuffing, kinking or other damage.

Your fine art print has been sprayed 3 times with a UV protective sealant (certified by the Wilhelm Imaging Research Centre) to provide improved protection against fading and to protect the surface integrity.

What happens with delivery of my print?

Each of the items from the Ken Duncan Gallery is checked, packaged appropriately and despatched via a Courier.

When can I expect delivery?

Please allow up 4 to 6 weeks to turnaround and deliver. These prints are individually printed to order and each one is registered, signed and numbered. Each print is inspected and signed by Ken personally, so some delays can occur when working around Ken's travel schedule. If you place your order online, someone will contact you to advise the estimated delivery date.

If you require an order urgently please contact the Gallery directly on +61 2 4367 6701 to discuss current despatch times.

How much does delivery cost?

Ken Duncan’s Open Edition prints include delivery Australia wide.

For overseas orders, delivery is included for unframed prints. If you plan on ordering a framed print being delivered overseas you will need to contact the Gallery for a quote on the freight charge.

Please contact the Gallery on +61 2 4367 6701.

What happens if my print is damaged during the delivery transit?

Framed prints are professionally packaged and fully insured from our door to yours. In the unlikely event of damage in transit, we will have the print collected from you and replaced with a perfect one at no additional charge to you.

Do you send framed prints overseas?

Yes we can, however we strongly recommend you purchase an unframed print instead. Firstly, unframed prints include shipping overseas whereas framed prints wouldn’t. Secondly, it becomes too risky sending framed prints overseas.

The unframed print will come with all framing instructions to ensure that the framer you take the print to knows exactly how we would frame it here.

HALL OF FAME
What is the Hall of Fame?

The Ken Duncan Hall of Fame is a resale facility designed to assist you to on-sell your sold out Ken Duncan Limited Edition Prints.

What can I list on the Hall of Fame?

You can only list your sold out Ken Duncan Limited Edition Prints.

How do I know if my print is sold out?

Go to www.kenduncan.com. Using the search function, search for your print by title. If your print comes up with a ‘HALL OF FAME’ banner, then you can list it in our Hall of Fame.

Is there a fee to list my print?

No. Listing your sold out Ken Duncan Limited Edition Print in our Hall of Fame is free.
However, if your Print is sold through the Hall of Fame, a 25% brokerage fee will be deducted from the selling price of your print, for provision of this service. You should take the brokerage fee into consideration when determining what price to list your print for.

What price should I ask for my print?

That is entirely up to you. You could use the asking price of other sold out prints as a guide. You will find them all in the Hall of Fame. Just remember that you will receive only 75% of your listed price.

Does the buyer purchase my actual print?

No. The buyer only purchases the number of your print, not the physical print you have right now. But your print has to be destroyed before we can confirm the sale.

What happens if my print is sold?

If your print is sold, the buyer will have selected a size and frame for their new print. Once payment has been received by Ken Duncan Galleries from the buyer, we will contact you. We will ask you to destroy your copy of the print and provide us with proof of destruction. When we receive the required proof of destruction we will pay you the selling price, less the 25% brokerage fee. Then, a new print will be produced for the buyer.

Once sold, how do I show proof it has been destroyed?

We will ask you to remove the print from its frame, then cut or saw the print into at least 3 pieces vertically. You will then need to send us a photo of the strip that shows the print name and number and a photo of the strip that shows Ken’s signature and the date.

What are the costs for reprinting and standard framing?

Reprinting and framing costs are added to your Hall of Fame Print price.

Reprinting (if you choose an unframed print):

40” = $250

50” = $450

60” = $600

Reprinting with standard framing:

40” = $1,335

50” = $1,710

60” = $2,335

Are the costs for reprinting and framing added to the print price?

Yes, the costs of reprinting and framing are added to the selling price of your sold out print when someone orders it through the Hall of Fame.

For example: If your asking price is $5,000, the total prices would be:

  • 40” unframed = $5,250
  • 50” unframed = $5,450
  • 60” unframed = $5,600
  • 40” framed = $6,335
  • 50” framed = $6,710
  • 60” framed = $7,335
What information do I need to complete the resale form?

Most of the information you need to complete the resale submission form can be found either on the print itself, on your invoice, or on your Certificate of Authenticity. You will need the following:

  • Print Code
  • Print Name
  • Print Number
  • Print Size
  • Your asking price
  • The location you purchased from
  • Date purchased
  • Your Name
  • Address
  • Email Address
  • Phone Number

If you don’t know the print code, just go to www.kenduncan.com, search for your print and you will find the print code.

What happens after I submit the resale form?

The resale form allows us to verify your ownership of the print. Once your information is verified, the print is ‘approved for sale’ and will be listed on the Ken Duncan website in the Hall of Fame. We will email you the published link for your print once it has been listed.

If my print is sold, what amount will I receive?

You will receive the print sale price, less a 25% brokerage fee.

Example: If you listed your print for $4,000 and someone ordered it as a 50” print in a white frame for $5,710, the print sale price is still $4,000 because the printing and framing costs have been provided by our Gallery. So you receive $4,000, less the 25% brokerage fee – a total of $3,000.

What do I do with my frame?

You may keep the frame if you wish, but the print must be destroyed.

What happens if I decide not to sell my print anymore?

If you change your mind about selling your print, please contact us so we can remove your listing from our website.

To contact us, please email sales@kenduncan.com, or phone us on +61 2 4367 6701.

How do I buy a print from the Hall of Fame?

To order a print from the Hall of Fame, just click on the image you want, then select your preferred size and framing option. The prices for reprinting and framing will be added to the price of the Hall of Fame print you are buying. Proceed to checkout and pay for your order. Someone from our Erina Heights Gallery will contact you within a few days to let you know approximately how long your print will take to arrive.

Contact Us

Ken Duncan Group

PO Box 3015 Wamberal NSW 2260 Australia
Gallery: +612 4367 6701
Head Office: +612 4367 6777
Free Call: 1800 807 737
Email: info@kenduncan.com

Colour Match

Every effort has been made on this Gallery site to accurately represent the vibrant colours of Ken’s images. However, due to differences in computer screens and certain other variations, the images here should only to be taken as a guide. Obviously, the colour and sharpness of a finished Ken Duncan Limited Edition Print are far superior to what can be presented on a small screen.

About Ken

Ken Duncan is well known as the pioneer of Limited Edition Photographic Art in Australia. After a visit to New York in the early 1980’s, Ken returned home with a dream to have photography widely accepted as an art form in this country. Read More..