Glossy Canvas

Canvas Print DetailOur Glossy Canvas is a heavy 21 mils thick, weighing 440 g/sm. This bright white coated canvas utilizes a glossy coating to maximize colors and black richness while keeping glare to a minimum.

Our materials are subject to change.

Care of Canvas Prints

These prints are shipped unstretched, rolled in a durable tube with the face of the print rolled against poly-coated paper. This special paper is designed to prevent any scratching of the print's printed surface during shipping and handling.

The printed surface of the Glossy Canvas is relatively durable, resistant to fingerprints scuffing and moisture. The ink is not water soluble. That said, you should handle these prints with care.

For maximum life we recommend avoiding placement of the print in direct sunlight.

The canvas print may be blotted clean with a moist, soft cotton cloth.

IMPORTANT page Specifications for canvas prints

Images printed on canvas will be the image size specified. The canvas will have approximately 2 inches of white unprinted margin to aid in stretching and framing.

Our sizes:
15 x 18 inches canvas print size, image measures approximately 11 x 14 inches
20 x 24 inches canvas print size, image measures approximately 16 X 20 inches
24 x 30 inches canvas print size, image measures approximately 20 x 26 inches
31 x 44 inches canvas print size, image measures approximately 27 x 40 inches

Our Digital Printing Process

Our images are generated from high resolution digital scans and printed with archival quality inks onto various substrates including canvas, fine art, and photo-base paper. Utilizing a professional 12-Color ink-jet printer, this printing process is designed to offer a large, bright color gamut while achieving archivability of over 100 years in gallery conditions. The process provides better color accuracy than other means of reproduction and quality that rivals traditional silver-halide and gelatin printing processes. This process produces the same prints commonly found in museums, art galleries, and photographic galleries.