Frequently asked questions

How are these prints made?

These are the highest quality canvas and fine-art paper prints, digitally printed onto true archival canvas and cotton-rag fine-art paper. The inks are 200 year lightfast, and will provide a lifetime of enjoyment with the original full colour and tonal range as the have today. They are produced at Canvas Plus Digital Imaging Inc. in Ladysmith, British Columbia. The original was photographed at over 120 megapixel resolution, to ensure faithful reproduction of the exquisite details of Christopher's masterpiece. Canvas prints are finished with a UV/water/abrasion resistant satin coating, then expertly stretched on 1.5" deep Hemlock or Douglas Fir stretcher bars, from a local FSC certified mill from wood grown on Vancouver Island.

How are the prints delivered?

These ready-to-hang canvas prints are packed in foam sheeting and heavyweight cardboard, with extra protection on the face of the canvas. They are delivered by major courier companies (UPS, Canpar, Purolator, DHL) direct to your door.

Can I clean my canvas print?

Yes! You can use a clean microfibre cloth, slightly damp, to lightly rub away specs and dirt that may get on your print. Dusting the print is done the same way, as the top of the canvas will collect dust. A light wipe with a slightly damp microfibre cloth is all that is required.

My canvas seems to not be a tight as it was when I received it. Can I fix this?

Because wood will shrink in drier air, and the natural cotton fibres of the canvas can slacken with moisture changes in the environment, your canvas may lose some tension. The very simple remedy for this is to use a misting spray bottle with hot tap water (or filtered water heated to hot tap-water temperature), and spray the BACK of the canvas lightly, over the entire surface. The cotton fibres will shrink and within a short period of time, will become taught again.