We can supply unmounted (rolled), lacquered canvas giclees. Alternatively, we can stretch and attach them to wooden frames for a gallery-wrap appearance. These mounted reproductions are well-built and terrific-looking.
In order to help the artist differentiate his/her original painting from even a limited edition of reproductions, we have chosen to not utilize the usual gallery-wrap procedure of wrapping the canvas around to the back of the stretcher bars and stapling the canvas to the back surface. Rather, we employ a new technology, involving physical anchoring of the canvas, backed up with two types of archival adhesive. The resulting mount is tight, secure, but unlikely to be confused with the more conventional technique utilized to attach artists' canvas originals to stretcher bars. Finally, we attach screw eyes and hanging wire, so the resulting unit is truly "ready-to-hang".
What options are available for the side, top, and bottom edges of the giclées?