Printed under contract with the artist.
Every giclée print we sell is a limited-edition and is signed by the artist. Most of our print runs are less than 2,000 prints per size. By limiting the availability of a piece in a particular size, the overall value of it is increased. With each piece hand-signed by the artist, that value is increased even more.
Included with your purchase is a certificate of authenticity that denotes your image's number in the print run and guarantees that your picture was hand signed by the artist in the presence of Masters at Art.
Our process starts with archival grade canvas material, the exact same level of quality used by museums for art that hangs in their galleries. This canvas material is designed to absorb the pigment from our state-of-the-art, large format giclée printers. While most consumer printers use a traditional four-color CMYK process for printing, our printers use a total of ten colors to recreate the original image in high-contrast, high-definition, breathtaking quality.
The pigment used for our prints is both UV and water resistant which means your purchase will keep its color and last long enough to become a family heirloom for generations to come.
All our limited-edition giclée prints feature our proprietary Infinity Wrap finishing to provide the perfect viewing experience from every angle.
In a traditional gallery wrap, the image is on the front and the sides are white, blank canvas. For our Infinity Wrap Canvas™ we use a different approach. Our images are specially laid out and cropped so that we can wrap the image around the frame without any exposed white space. This means that no matter the angle, you will see the high-quality giclée you purchased.
Our canvas prints are stretched on a Poplar wood frame and include hardware, making your giclée art print ready-to-hang! Just unpack and hang this beautiful, limited edition artwork in your living room, office, bedroom - or any room needing a high-end art print!
Shipping art is scary. There is nothing more heartbreaking than opening the package containing your art to find that it arrived damaged. We ship in boxes specifically made to handle our artwork and only ever include one piece per box. Also in the box are foam corners to protect the most fragile places on your piece of art. As a precaution, we still insure every package that leaves our warehouse for the full retail value so that if somehow it does arrive damaged, we can deal with the carrier and you don't have to. These efforts, combined with free ground shipping on all orders within the continental US, are how we add value to your purchase without increasing your cost.
If an item we deliver to you arrives with any issues, we're more than happy to make it right. Please see our Returns Policy for more details.