A thought or two on titles and perception...
As pop art movement appeared in the 1960s the group of artists working under the label of Pop, such as Peter Blake, were attracted to screen printing in part precisely because of its potential to confound accepted notions of what constituted a fine art print.
At the same time, however, artists using screen printing to make works of art often gave the technique the name Seriography to disassociate their art from the commercial origins of the technique. Similarly, today, fine art prints produced digitally with ink jets will be labelled as Giclées.
What's in a name?