Giclee Printing on Belgian Linen™
Starting in the month of October, you will be able to print your artwork or your photographs at FinerWorks.com on Belgian Linen™. This will only be available in October as a special media item for online ordering or for special offline production runs*.
This is a unique European textile which is woven in Belgium by members of the Masters of Linen Club. It has been prized for thousands of years for the high quality, softness, and durability it offers. It naturally has a rich color absorption and is lint-free and hypoallergenic. Belgian Linen™ is widely known as the world’s finest linen available.
Belgian Linen™ has been used by Master like Monet, Dali, Whistler and Van Gogh. Archival certified by the Fine Art Trade Guild and sustainably made by ecologically friendly flax.
Belgian Linen™ is different from canvas, with a finer and tighter weave. This luxury linen textile is also extra thick and heavy weight (18 mil, 425 gsm). It feels substantial and expensive in your hands which enhances the valued perception of your giclee.
You can order your Belgian Linen™ giclee prints unmounted or stretched and mounted like a canvas print using our online ordering system.
It is currently available in both a natural or a white base. The natural has no white point therefore may be better suited for designs and or imagery in which the natural linen surface to show through. The white base will have a gesso like coating on it so it is better suited for photography which require whites. Both can be painted over.
*Contact us for availability outside of this time if requiring large production runs.
Order HD Face Mounted Acrylic Prints
Printed on high quality photo paper and face mounted to 1/4″ acrylic with polished edges. Choose between satin luster or metallic photo paper. Included is easy to install hanging hardware in the form of a French cleat.
2 Replies to “Giclee Prints on Belgian Linen”
I think this is so cool, and I wish you’d make it a regular product instead of a one-month limited item.
Would love to see this is a permanent feature.