You should also include the edition information if it is a limited edition print, but under the bottom-left edge of the print.
The edition information should look like a fraction with the top number being the number of the print (ie the first one made or the fifth one made, etc.) and the bottom number being the total number of prints that will be made of this piece (ie an edition of 25).
Nothing worse than an orphan tych of a diptych or a triptych that wanders the world unknown.
One other useful way of indicating that a painting is a diptych or triptych (or some larger number - you too could become another David Hockney one day!
Signing your work is, first and foremost, a mark of a professional artist (or an artist who intends to be a professional).
Unless the individuals can remember I painted those artworks, or they wrote my name on the back themselves, I will forever be forgotten as the artist.
“Dating is placing the work in your span of ideas and growth as an artist so it’s historically relevant.” Down the road, she notes, when a curator or art historian is looking at your work, the dates provide a reasonable guide to the development of your work.
“The date helps the catalog.”Ultimately, says Wood, “The location of the signature doesn't matter to my collectors.
Many self-taught artists ask me about signing prints.
They worry that if they order the prints from an online POD service they will have to pay shipping twice if they want to sign them before mailing it to the customer.