David's Fine Art


Welcome to the web site of David's Fine Art.

Contemporary art for residential and corporate collectors.


The fine art pieces on this site are from a private collector. There is only one of each piece.  These works of art are considered on the secondary market.  Each piece comes with its own certificate of authenticity.  
Each piece of art is signed and numbered.


The Secondary Market is created when prints are Sold Out at the publisher. Prices are then determined by the process of supply and demand. Our list of available prints will be constantly changing. We will make every effort to keep this list as current as possible.

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Print Proof Types - Proofs are prints authorized by the artist in addition to the limited signed and numbered edition. The total size of an art edition consists of the signed and numbered prints plus all outstanding proofs. If a set of proofs consists of more than one print, numbers are inscribed to indicate the number of the prints within the total number of the particular type of proof, (e.g., AP 5/20 means the fifth print in a set of twenty identical prints authorized as artist proofs). Proofs are generally signed by the artist as validation of the prints.

Artist's Proof (AP) - Print intended for the artist's personal use. It is common practice to reserve approximately ten percent of an edition as artist's proofs, although this figure can be higher. The artist's proof is sometimes referred to by its French Úpreuve d'artist (abbreviation E.A.). Artist's proofs can be distinguished by the abbreviation AP or E.A., commonly on the lower left of the work.

Cancellation Proof - Final print made once an edition series has been finished to show that the plate has been marred/mutilated by the artist, and will never be used again to make more prints of the edition.

Hors d'Commerce Proof (HC) - Print identical to the edition print intended to be used as samples to show to dealers and galleries. These proofs may or may not be signed by the artist.

Printer's Proof (PP) - Print retained by the printer as a reference. Artists often sign these prints as a gesture of appreciation.

Trial Proof (TP) - Pre-cursor to a limited edition series, these initial prints are pulled so that the artist may examine, refine and perfect the prints to the desired final state. Trial proofs are generally not signed.


Note: A percentage of each sale is given to the non-profit group, MGAA, Inc.


We accept the following methods of payment.

PayPal  - Certified Check - Money Order - Cashier's Check

Shipping Cost on all art works:  US $25.00 - Standard Flat Rate Shipping Cost