About Our Prints

We offer both canvas and paper print options for each reproduction. Both are printed by Power Graphics Digital Imaging, Inc., one of the oldest and most respected giclee printers. You can learn more about Power Graphics Digital Imaging by clicking the text link. No matter which type of print you choose, you can be sure you are receiving the highest quality archival giclee reproduction with the maximum longevity, which is estimated at 80-100 years, depending on the lighting and environmental conditions.


Canvas prints are shipped rolled with an added 2" margin outside the image area so they are ready for stretching and framing. Our canvas is a heavy weight 24 mil poly/cotton gloss canvas for maximum quality and the most accurate color reproduction. Canvas prints can be stretched for framing, or gallery wrapped for display without a frame, upon request. Contact us for the additional costs for these services as well as the additional shipping costs required.


Paper prints are also shipped rolled and have a 1" unprinted margin, so the actual paper size is 2" larger than the size shown to allow for matting and framing. Paper prints should always be framed under protective glass or acrylic. For paper prints we use an archival 300gsm professional photo paper with a traditional E surface finish that provides an elegant texture consistent to that of a dark room print. They are imaged at 2880 dpi using a 9 color print process for a true museum quality reproduction.


If you have any questions regarding the printing process or materials, please feel free to contact us.