I went to http://www.linuxfoundation.org/en/OpenPrinting
and looked in the supported printer data base, it is not listed. You start there, before you buy a printer, not after.
I went to http://www.epson.ca
and can not find the printer there either. So, is this a new release? You can try Epsom in your counrty, Epsom has very good linux support. You may find a driver there. Otherwise, your choices are to write your own, or wait for someone else to write one.
What you need is Cups installed. You need a print driver that is know to work with the printer. Install both, and then start cups. From a web browser, enter http://localhost:631
to connect to cups. Add a printer, that will allow you to select the driver that you installed to support the printer.
Some distros come with scripts and their own gui tools to install a printer. They just have other ways of modifying the config files. I use the method described, works on any distro.