1,High quality 342 GSM and 14 mill canvas with a satin finish.
2,Our canvas contains no optical brighteners and will not yellow over time.
3,Our premium latex water-based ink is Greenguard and Ecologo certified for low chemical emissions and reduced environmental impact.
4,Latex inks are superior to solvent inks when it comes to image quality, scratch resistance, and durability.
5,All sets are made with mirrored edges and stretched by hand by our experts and gallery wrapped over high quality SPF wooden frames.
Modern canvas is usually made of cotton or linen, along with polyvinyl chloride (PVC), although historically it was made from hemp. It differs from other heavy cotton fabrics, such as denim, in being plain weave rather than twill weave. Canvas comes in two basic types: plain and duck. The threads in duck canvas are more tightly woven. The term duck comes from the Dutch word for cloth, doek. In the United States, canvas is classified in two ways: by weight (ounces per square yard) and by a graded number system. The numbers run in reverse of the weight so a number 10 canvas is lighter than number 4. Our wall art works uses high quality 342 GSM canvas as canvas. Canvas has become the most common support medium for oil painting, replacing wooden panels. It was used from the 14th century in Italy. One of the earliest surviving oils on canvas is a French Madonna with angels from around 1410 in the Gemäldegalerie, Berlin.
Canvas has become the most common support medium for oil painting, replacing wooden panels. It was used from the 14th century in Italy, but only rarely. One of the earliest surviving oils on canvas is a French Madonna with angels from around 1410 in the Gemäldegalerie, Berlin. Its use in Saint George and the Dragon by Paolo Uccello in about 1470, and Sandro Botticelli's Birth of Venus in the 1480s was still unusual for the period. Large paintings for country houses were apparently more likely to be on canvas, and are perhaps less likely to have survived. It was a good deal cheaper than a panel painting, and may sometime indicate a painting regarded as less important. In the Uccello, the armour does not use silver leaf, as other of his paintings do (and the colour therefore remains undegraded). Another common category of paintings on lighter cloth such as linen was in distemper or glue, often used for banners to be carried in procession. This is a less durable medium, and surviving examples such as Dirk Bouts' Entombment, in distemper on linen (1450s, National Gallery) are rare, and often rather faded in appearance.
Panel painting remained more common until the 16th century in Italy and the 17th century in Northern Europe. Mantegna and Venetian artists were among those leading the change; Venetian sail canvas was readily available and regarded as the best quality.
WHY CHOOSE CanvasGone?
Because, unlike cheap knock-offs, it’s the most premium and unique hand painted canvas wall art you’ll ever find.
Every canvas art work is meticulously crafted in-house and hand-drawing in our facility - ensuring the highest levels of quality, and our fresh & unique designs are guaranteed to WOW you and your friends. Plus, it’s ready to hang when out of the package.
With CanvasGone, you’ll no doubt transform your home into a unique sanctuary that highlights who you are and oozes a feeling of comfort, smooth vibes, and good taste.
In fact, it’s never been this easy to turn your living room into the coolest place on the block - perfect for both hanging out with your buddies or enjoying a quiet evening by yourself with a nice glass of bubbly.
---Please note that the pictures we show on our site are taken from real in our gallery. Since it is hand-painted, we can not confirm it is 100% as the pictures show when you get what you order. And color of pictures may vary by different monitor setting.
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