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Canvas Prints - Stretched or Framed?

Canvas Prints have the flexibilty of an original piece of art when deciding how to display them on your wall. Below are some examples of our canvas prints presented in a variety of ways   The giclée canvas prints above are stretched on thicker "gallery stretcher bars". These are approximately 2# thick and the recommended bars to use if you are planning to bypass the frame. the bars are substantial and create a really clean, modern look without feeling like the art is missing something.  The above giclée prints are dry mounted and then framed traditionally. Canvas prints are coated with a clear protective sheet so you don't need to use glass - which helps give the looks of an original piece...

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Ins and Outs of Giclée Prints

The Giclée printing process produces the highest quality archival prints for fine art reproductions. Our giclées are so accurate to the original it is difficult at times to tell them apart! Giclées use images at 300 dpi, they are printing on archival (acid-free 100% cotton rag paper) and use completely archival inks. The prints will be color accurate and will last much longer than we will. Giclée printing is an affordable way to have what appears to the eye as an original piece of artwork.  Canvas vs. Paper : Giclée prints come on either canvas and paper - both produce amazingly accurate reproductions. While we recommend using a surface similar to the original artwork (canvas prints for oils and paper prints for...

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