View of the Domaine Saint Joseph by Paul Cezanne. Archival Giclee Print on your choice of Canvas or Paper. Rolled or Ready to Hang.

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Size: 20x16 in

20x16 in
24x20 in
30x24 in

Color: Canvas (Depth 0.75)

Canvas (Depth 0.75)
Canvas (Depth 1.5)
Canvas Prints
Photo Paper Prints
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'+Frame(F36)
'+Frame(F66)
'+Frame(F84)
'+Frame(F85)
'+Frame(F86)
'+Frame(F93)
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Description

This sweeping view is of an area in French countryside that Cezanne loved in his youth. His carefully chosen colors and intentional brushstrokes reflect his exuberance and radiate off the canvas. This is one of the few paintings Cezanne deemed finished and was proud enough to sign.

Giclee Print Technology, the canvas used to actually print the final piece must be of archival quality. it is acid free and consists of an acid free cotton base. giclee printing guarantees incredible detail, phenomenal quality, and vibrant colors. Saturated colors for up to 100 years.

Made in USA: real handcrafted canvas prints produced and hand-stretched in California. UV-resistant colors. Real Pine wood frame(No Knot).

Giclee is a French term meaning "to spray," referring to how giclee prints are usually produced. Giclee printing is a method that guarantees a refined, detailed, and lifetime durable quality compared to all other forms of printing, producing gallery-quality prints that gives the quality of the original art.

Packed in Carton Box, Each Panel is Carefully Sealed by Corrugated or Air column Corner Wrap Protection. Plus Free Professional Picture Hanging Tools, Include Gloves, Nails, and Gradienter (level).
Additional Information
Size

20x16 in, 24x20 in, 30x24 in

Color

Canvas (Depth 0.75), Canvas (Depth 1.5), Canvas Prints, Photo Paper Prints, '+Frame(F35), '+Frame(F36), '+Frame(F66), '+Frame(F84), '+Frame(F85), '+Frame(F86), '+Frame(F93), '+Frame(F94)