Breon approached printmaking in the true sense, using it as an art form in its own right. His prints have their own distinct style, different from his paintings in their precise lines and graphic shapes but always with the same expert use of colour that runs through all of his work. The editions were always small, never more than 25 and often printed by Breon on his press at his studio in Paul.
In the late 90’s and early 00’s editions were made with Hugh Stoneman at the studio in Madron, the orginal home of the Stoneman Gallery, and the relationship between Hugh and Breon became a strong friendship over the years. Stoneman have always managed the prints and now work along side Breon’s daughter Duibhne in doing so.