Water Lilies 1916-1919, by Claude Monet. After he purchased a property at Giverny in 1893, Monet transformed the soft and wet land behind his home into a pond, and he built a Japanese-style wood bridge. The artist produced a series of sensational impressionist paintings on water lilies and with many designs that he painted during 1899 to 1900s.
The term, Giclee printing, is a process uses fade-resistant, archival inks and archival substrates to print by large professional or industrial printers. Giclee printing is mostly used by artists to make reproductions of their original artwork, photographs, or computer generated art while preserving the original.
A canvas is stretched over a "stretcher bar" and "stapled" to a wooden frame. Stretched paintings/prints are brighter, sharper, and less likely to be vulnerable to dust and damages.
Float Frame Canvas is an unique frame produced the spacing or gaps surround the painting. These type of frames create an artwork lookalike "floating" by illusion within the frame instead of being covered it sideways. The canvas easily attaches to the stretcher bars from the back side with screws without showing staples. Some of our artworks already include the matching float frames. If you choose your own, the following notes as guidelines: Frames are sized by the opening, not by the outside of the molding. To determine the size of frame to order, measure the outside of your artwork and order that size frame. Frame Depth: To find a frame that will accommodate your artwork, measure the depth of the artwork, including any matting or mounting materials, and order a frame with a depth that is, at a minimum, the same as that measured depth.