Fine art prints
For over a dozen years on the Polish art market, we can observe an increasing interest in works on paper - graphics, photography and various types of drawings and collage. DESA Modern has been proudly participating in the popularization of collecting this type of works for almost two decades. During this time, we managed to invite many outstanding artists to cooperate, who agreed to create editions in the inkography technique of their most interesting and most desired works by collectors especially for DESA Modern. The offer includes a unique selection of internationally renowned artists: Tamara Łempicka, Victor Vasarely, Julian Stańczak and Richard Anuszkiewicz. The choice of graphics allows you to enjoy at home the compositions created by the most important names in Polish art, whose painting works often remain beyond the reach of people starting to build home and company collections. We encourage you to familiarize yourself with various graphic techniques, the unique examples of which can be seen in the DESA Modern galleries.


The vast majority of the works that you will find in the DESA Modern offer are incographs. This technique, despite its relatively short history, has already found its way into many collections. Thanks to the use of the latest solutions, inkographs perfectly reflect the artistic vision and craftsmanship of the artists we work with. A good example of the possibilities offered by the variety of works in our offer: from fairy-tale scenes by Józef Wilkoń, through beautiful views of Polish cities by Edward Dwurnik, to atmospheric compositions bordering on landscapes and abstractions by Tadeusz Dominik .

In addition to aesthetic values, an important aspect that encourages interest in incographs is their collecting and investment potential. Graphics are created in a specific edition, each copy is numbered and signed by the artist. In addition , the authenticity is confirmed by a certificate of authenticity for each print, a dry seal and a hologram . A commonly appreciated advantage of inkography is their affordable price compared to works in painting techniques, making them an excellent choice for art lovers starting their collecting adventure.


Heliography (also commonly known as heliotype and cliché-verre ) is a technique that combines the features of traditional printmaking and photography. It uses a glass plate covered with an opaque substance (e.g. paint). The artist performs the composition by drawing with a sharp tool on the tile . From the resulting matrix, prints are made in a photographic darkroom on photosensitive paper.

DESA Modern's offer includes unique heliographs by Zdzisław Beksiński , which the artist made in the years 1956-69. We can guess that the choice of this technique could have been dictated by the desire to use already possessed photographic materials. The prints were created today under the technical and substantive supervision of the Historical Museum in Sanok in a closed edition limited to 10 copies. Each graphic is stamped with two seals - a dry one with the name of the institution and a wet one with information about the edition number and the signature of the Director of the Historical Museum in Sanok.


A form of collector's graphics, which is an original method created by Felix Rosenstiel's Widow & Son , which has been operating on the art print market for over 140 years. Gouttelette combines the use of modern printing technologies and very precise workmanship that perfectly reflects the vision of artists . Thanks to the use of light-resistant printing ink (in accordance with the British standard BS1006) and an acid-free substrate made of 100% cotton , works made in this technique are resistant to the passage of time.

DESA Modern offers unique editions of Tamara Lempicka's works made in the gouttelette technique as part of the cooperation between Tamara de Lempicka Estete LCC and Chelsea Green Edition. The graphics were created in a closed edition of one hundred copies. Each work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity with the gouttelette edition number , the Chelsea Green Edition dry seal and the signatures of the master printer confirming the quality and the artist's granddaughter Victoria de Lempicka , who authorized the gouttelette under her copyright.


Serigraphy (also commonly referred to as screen printing) is one of the most popular graphic techniques , willingly used both in art and in broadly understood design. It is derived from traditional stencil printing methods used in the Far East . To create a print, a stencil matrix is used, which is made on a rectangular frame with a screen printing mesh stretched inside. The composition is applied by hand drawing or using a photosensitive emulsion, and the prints are created by pressing the paint with a squeegee onto the substrate (e.g. paper or fabric) through the uncovered mesh holes.

The works that are in the DESA Modern offer show how different the effects of using this serigraphy can be. In the galleries you will see both the works of the great masters of op art - Julian Stańczak and Victor Vasarely , who masterfully combine colorful, geometric spots, and the unique graphics of Tamara Łempicka , which attract attention with the perfection of workmanship. Each subsequent color used for printing requires a separate matrix, in the case of Łempicka's realistic works, there may be as many as a dozen such screens.


A flat printing technique where the composition is applied to a polished lithographic stone with a greasy crayon or lithographic ink. Then the drawing is acidified with a solution of nitric acid and gum arabic, thanks to which the unscratched parts do not accept the printing ink. To obtain a print, moistened paper is applied to a stone matrix and reflected on a lithographic press. In DESA Modern you will find selected lithographs by Victor Vasarely, who was the precursor and one of the most outstanding representatives of op art.



Timeless aesthetic values give the works collector's and investment potential. The prints were created from the highest quality materials, thanks to which they are resistant to the passage of time. DESA Modern offers black and white photographs by Zdzisław Beksiński and Szymon Brodziak.

Zdzisław Beksiński's works are traditional prints made in the darkroom from original negatives under the substantive and technical supervision of the Historical Museum in Sanok. The photographs were created in a closed edition of 30 copies. Each of them was stamped with two seals - a dry one with the name of the institution and a wet one with the series data and the signature of the Museum Director. All the photos were taken in the 1950s, when as a young man, at the beginning of his artistic path, Zdzisław Beksiński explored the medium of photography. Zofia Beksińska, the artist's wife and muse, posed for many of them, which makes them a record not only of artistic sensitivity, but also of a great feeling.

Szymon Brodziak's works are excellent contemporary photography that has gained recognition around the world. The artist's work is characterized by sophisticated black and white compositions and a special sensitivity to the beauty of the female body. Szymon Brodziak's photographs available at DESA Modern were created in closed editions of 100 or 199 copies. Each photograph is accompanied by an author's certificate confirming their authenticity.

A juxtaposition of several works by a given artist undeniably better reflects his style, sensitivity and artistic expression.

We encourage you to create your own collection!


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