Reproductions of hand-painted paintings classified by artists
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Normal reproductions : Very good quality reproductions, painting Edward H. Potthast, Brother and Sister, circa 1915 hand painted in the traditional way. Allow about 5 weeks for the creation, drying and sending of the canvas.
Museum quality : We double the hours of production and work the reproduction with more material, in order to reproduce Edward H. Potthast, Brother and Sister, circa 1915 in the smallest details. The perfect option if you are demanding in terms of quality.
Please consider our workshop for purchasing your reproduction of an A to Z unclassified canvas.
The peculiarity of modern art, as in unclassified paintings from A to Z, is to convey an idea, a concept specific to the artist, who in this way tries to share with us his vision of the world, or all of it. minus how he perceives reality and how it makes sense in his vision.
Unlike the “classic” artists, Renaissance type, who were artisans, sponsors, whose goal was to copy the world, a character or a defined mythological scene.
This Edward H. Potthast's reproduction, Brother and Sister, circa 1915 reproduces the idea that motivated A to Z Unclassified when it was created, more than just being a superb reproduction in detail and color.
We use very good quality material to make your canvas.
The painting is French, branded Pebeo, which offers unrivaled pigment quality that will stand the test of time.
The canvas is a cotton canvas at 320 Gm / M2 which will not deform once painted, and may possibly be re-tightened using the keys from our chassis.
The key frame, if you ordered one, is made locally by our carpenter.
This is all to ensure that your order from Edward H. Potthast, Brother and Sister, circa 1915 will give you complete satisfaction.
Reproducing a canvas requires both specific know-how, and above all time. The cost of the material finally coming into account less than the time required for quality reproduction.
Hence the additional cost of our museum quality: for this quality we double the working hours, work with more material and take the time to polish the smallest details.
It is important to order in this quality if you are demanding in every detail, and if the canvas you have chosen is complex.
We reserve about 5 weeks on average to paint a canvas.
We do not store, or very few, canvases, paint on demand and will only start your canvas once you have ordered it, which will allow us to agree on the manufacturing details, in case where you would have special requests for your reproduction of Edward H. Potthast, Brother and Sister, circa 1915.
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