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Canvas Prints

A giclée print is a way to classify a professionally produced print using inkjet technology; primarily printed on canvas or a fine art paper with archival grade inks. While the process is only several decades old, it has quickly become the method of choice for both artists and photographers. Read more

The following items arrive ready to hang:

  • framed prints
  • stretched & mounted canvas
  • wood prints
  • acrylic prints
  • metal prints (with the exception of some styles)
  • wall art standouts

In addition to the standard canvas and art papers FinerWorks offers for online ordering, customers can also choose from a wide range of name brand media types when ordering larger quantities offline. View options here

Category: Canvas Prints

Yes. Many artists order their under-paintings from us.

Category: Canvas Prints

Yes. All canvas prints will be coated with an aqueous coating to help diminish the potential for smudging and scuffing. A print in which the matte canvas is chosen will receive a matte coating while a print in which luster or gloss canvas is selected will receive a luster coating.

Category: Canvas Prints

Order samples of our giclee papers and canvas here.

Category: Canvas Prints

For canvas, we primarily use poly cotton blend canvases by Breathing Color, specially coated to receive the inks used by our printers. The canvas has an oxford weave giving it a natural canvas texture as favored by professional photographers. The papers also have their own priming or are also treated to accept the inks we print with. Various finish options are available from matte to gloss canvas.

Category: Canvas Prints

Both Epson and Canon promote their inks as being resistant to fading over time. Our parent company has been producing canvas prints since around 2001. In that time, we have had no one contact us and indicate their print had faded.

Your giclee canvas print will last up to 150 years with the proper care. Both Epson and Canon promote their inks as being resistant to fading over time.

Category: Canvas Prints

Yes. We use only sap-free lumber for our stretcher bars. Our preference has always been Kiln dried pine as it is not likely to crack, warp, or become brittle.

Category: Canvas Prints

All canvas is a primed canvas specially coated to receive the inks used by our printers. The canvas has an oxford weave giving it a natural canvas texture as favored by professional photographers. The papers also have their own priming or are also treated to accept the inks we print with. Visit our canvas and fine art papers pages for more information about brands and their specs.

Categories: About Us, Canvas Prints
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