About Canvas Prints

About Canvas Prints

How is canvas printing done?
A canvas print is the result of an image printed onto canvas which is stretched, or gallery-wrapped, onto a frame and displayed. Canvas prints are often used in interior design, with stock images, or customised with personal photographs.

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Can you print on canvas paper?
A canvas print, not to be confused with a canvas painting, is an image printed from an inkjet printer onto canvas. Once printed, the canvas gets stretched onto a frame.

Should canvas prints be framed?
The short answer is this: if the canvas is stretched and you’re happy with how the sides of it look, you can display unframed. A painting or print on canvas, unlike works on paper, has a structure and shape all its own.

 

 

What are the standard canvas sizes?
Common sizes:

18-by-24 inches.
20-by-24 inches.
24-by-36 inches.
30-by-40 inches.
36-by-48 inches.

Will Canvas prints fade?
All prints will fade if in direct sunlight.Some inks are better at lasting in that environment over others. Even old film photographs will fade in direct sunlight. … High quality canvas which used by professional canvas prints services provider companies remain fade resistant more than 200 years

Can you frame a stretched canvas?
It is very easy to frame a stretched canvas. You don’t need to remove the canvas from the stretchers to frame the painting. The frame sits on the edge of the stretched canvas as it would on a canvas board, and there is no need to protect it with glass.

How do you care for canvas prints?
The best cleaning technique is to dust the canvas with a soft, lint-free, dry cloth or feather duster. If your canvas requires deeper cleaning, use a lint-free, clean cloth with warm soapy water and gently rub the affected areas