Before framing your print, you can remove any unwanted material
to include white borders. Simply position your mouse anywhere inside
the image and left and drag out. Your selection will be displayed and
the area to be cropped will be greyed out. You can move the selection
anywhere you want, or you can click and redo your selection until you
A canvas transfer starts as a print or poster image that is then transferred and fixed to a canvas surface. The result is a piece of printed art that has the appearance of an original canvas painting without the higher cost usually associated with original artwork. This detailed process also preserves and protects the image. In the final stages, the canvas is then stretched and fit onto a custom-cut wooden frame.
Here’s how it works:
First, the print is coated, via spray or brush with a special acrylic that seizes the ink. After drying the resulting ink film is embedded into a high quality artist’s canvas. Rigid standards and meticulous attention to detail maximize ink retention, paper removal, and bonding.
Then, the picture has an image true to the original painting with a lustrous oil sheen and rich canvas texture. This is known as a basic transfer.
Finally, artists can hand apply acrylic in the pattern of the original piece which create original brush stroke texture. This adds texture and realism to the canvas transfer, and is particularly effective for images of paintings in styles using heavy coats of paint, such as impressionism or many modern abstracts. The result is artwork that captures the very soul of the original painting. Please note that brush stroke texture is available for a small extra charge by emailing us firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your current image is too large to be stretched over bars. The Gallery and Museum Wrap options are not available at this large size. The print can still be ordered but the canvas would be shipped rolled in a tube and not stretched over bars.
We are unable to stretch a petite size canvas print with the Gallery Wrap option. Please select Museum Wrap or No Wrap, Just a Print. If you would like Gallery Wrap, please click the back button below and choose a larger size if avaiilable.
The total size of this piece is too large
to use glass. Items that are too large
could break glass during the shipping
process. Plexiglass is an excellent option
for larger pieces.
Consider your choices
Acrylic provides outstanding optical clarity and lightweight impact resistance.
Non-glare Acrylic minimizes glare and reflection making your art visible in even the highest lit areas.
UV Protection Acrylic
UV Protection Acrylic provides additional protection to minimize fading by blocking harmful UV rays.
We use high-quality framing gauge glass in all of our glass options. Because glass is susceptible to breaking on larger items during shipping, this option is available only on items no larger than 20x24 inches.
Non-glare Glass minimizes glare and reflection making your art visible in even the highest lit areas. Because glass is susceptible to breaking on larger items during shipping, this option is available only on items no larger than 20x24 inches.
Conservation Clear Glass
Conservation Clear Glass provides additional protection to minimize fading by blocking harmful UV rays. Because glass is susceptible to breaking on larger items during shipping, this option is available only on items no larger than 20x24 inches.
Get more information on glazing
You can get more information about glazing options from our FAQ's.