Painting over a print seems a funny idea, but there are some cases where it actually makes sense and create a totally better piece of art.
One good example are Banksy's prints. Banksy is a graffiti artist that paint (or spray) his artwork on walls. So, a partially painted prints of Banksy's artwork would let the photography of the wall as a background printed on the canvas, whereas the graffiti itself would be painted over to give more matter and relief to the print.
Lichtenstein Ben-day dots are another example. When doing a partially painted print of Roy Lichtenstein artwork, we let all the Ben-Day dots appearing as prints, hence reflecting exactly the master work in points distance and colors, and paint the contour lines to give it a real oil painting look.
We start with a print mounted on stretchers.
Then we paint the part of the image that is not a photo.
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