The evaluation of perceived image quality in color prints is a complex task due to its subjectivity and dimensionality. The perceived quality of an image is influenced by a number of different quality attributes. It is difficult and complicated to evaluate the influence of all attributes on overall image quality, and their influence on other attributes. Because of this difficulty, the most important attributes of a color image should be identified to achieve a more efficient and manageable evaluation of the image's quality. Based on a survey of the existing literature and a psychophysical experiment, we identify and categorize existing image quality attributes to propose a refined selection of meaningful ones for the evaluation of color prints.