Color management is the most critical aspect of this program. Our prints match the colors of the original work of art as closely as digital technology will allow, and reproductions have much greater depth of color than can be achieved with traditional (nondigital) printing processes.
Prints on Paper:
Using high-resolution, large-format, 12-color printers, we apply archival-quality inks to acid-free and lignin-free 230gsm coated fine art paper. The bright white base and smooth matte finish of the paper guarantee the color accuracy of the images. Optional framing includes a three-inch double mat made from 4-ply buffered matboard in a natural white color, and top-of-the-line acrylic glazing ensures safety in shipping.
Prints on Canvas:
Printed on hand-stretched canvas over wood stretcher bars that are assembled in the exact proportions of the selected work of art, these reproductions cover the entire front surface without cropping at the edges and are ready to hang framed or unframed. A frame hides the side edges of the stretcher, whereas unframed canvases have deeper side edges (1.5 inches) that are tinted a natural off-white. The bright white canvas guarantees the color accuracy of the reproduction. Printed with archival quality pigment inks on high-resolution, large-format, 12-color printers, the heavy, 350 gsm, acid-free, cotton canvas has a tight, natural weave. A semi-matte UV coating is applied after printing both for protection and to enhance the depth and richness of the image.