Begun in the 8th Century BC, the Great Wall was built primarily to protect the Chinese Empire from attack. Over the centuries, the wall was extended to over 5700 km in length and withstood many battles
Today, most of the wall shows the scars of these attacks and neglect over time, except for a few sections which have been restored to their former glory
Archival Lustre Photographic Paper
The photographic papers we use are Kodak Endura and Fuji Crystal Archive substrates. Both of these papers are archival in nature. Your artwork will be shipped as a print only allowing you the flexibility to have it framed as you desire.
Please note that the maximum paper print size we can produce is 60". If you need larger artwork and/or wish for a ready to hang piece, please consider the Fine Art Canvas or Dye Infused Aluminum options below
Fine Art Canvas - Wrapped
This process prints the image directly on to a tight weave, fine art brightwhite canvas to hold the detail of my high resolution images. Once printed, the surface is given a matte-UV laminant to help resist fading and for added protection. The canvas is then stretched over a reinforced wooden frame which helps prevent torsion. The finished piece has a painterly-look with the texture of the canvas surface showing through
Our fine art canvas pieces use a 1.5" thick bar. For extra large pieces with a dimension over 40 inches, we use our museum mount stretcher bar which is 2.5" thick. This provides a bolder appearance on the wall and is ideal for grand pieces
The artwork comes ready to hang with an anti-twist support system that is easy to install.