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Ways To Create Original Prints

Every artist knows that there will be a need for original prints of the authentic work that they have created.  With this is in mind, there are often signed sheets of canvas or paper left behind along with the plates … Continue reading

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Reproduction Paintings Of Popular Artwork

An original piece of popular art can be costly, but reproduction paintings are crafted and sold at a much more affordable price. This is because the duplicates are exact when compared to the original piece. The works are copied with … Continue reading

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High Quality Figure Prints

Fine art pieces that include the human form have always been prized by purchasers and viewers, and a company that can produce high quality figure prints is definitely a company to take note of. It isn’t easy getting the human … Continue reading

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Repro Paintings Are Museum Quality Reproductions

If someone is a serious collector of fine art, they would want to go with repro paintings instead of opting for prints.  There is something completely satisfying about having the best of anything.  This is certainly true for those who … Continue reading

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The Value of Famous Artwork Prints

The Last Supper by Da Vinci, Starry Night by Van Gogh, and Girl with a Pearl Earring by Vermeer are all examples of how masterpieces, duplicated in famous artwork prints or reproductions, allow more people to appreciate fine art. Copies … Continue reading

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The Various Types of Prints

Deciding on how to purchase the perfect reproduction often depends on how prints are made, as each method produces a different effect. However, there are certain things to look for when comparing the copy to the original. Some artists are … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Oil Reproductions

Professional buildings are a prime example of showcasing oil reproductions.  Doctors’ offices, court houses, and executive suites will typically have multiple pieces within their work space.  They offer a room the air of sophistication, intelligence, and an artful approach to … Continue reading

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Prints On Canvas Versus the Original

Prints on canvas are virtually impossible to distinguish from an original to an untrained     eye.  The colors are so true to the work that the prints on canvas represent, that they are difficult to tell apart.  In addition, being printed … Continue reading

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The Technique of Reproduction Art

Reproduction art is a complex technique built up over years of practice.  It is used widely for bringing some beautiful pieces of work in to the public eye without having to transport the original piece from one location to another. … Continue reading

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The Evolution of The Reproduction of Artwork

The reproduction of artwork has seen a significant evolution over the centuries.  From the woodblock methods used by the Chinese, to giclee reproduction of artwork, which uses a sophisticated computer printing method, there is much cause to applaud the pinacle … Continue reading

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