Prints on canvas are virtually impossible to distinguish from an original to an untrained eye. The colors are so true to the work that the prints on canvas represent, that they are difficult to tell apart. In addition, being printed on cotton makes them seem all that much more authentic.
Highly specialized machines have been designed to spray pigment ink blends that mimic original paintings down to the very minute details. The prints on canvas reproductions are breathtaking. The color hues come closer to the master work than any other method. This effect is the result of modern technology. When applied to the reproduction methods, the result is a vehicle that is able to put authentic looking representations of famous works of art into the mainstream market. Now, the general public is able to obtain quality pieces of art for a reasonable price as reproductions. This remarkable technology is also used to transform photographs into viable pieces of creative beauty. When reproduced on a cotton medium, they show themselves as valuable elements of artistic expression. Even current painters and photographers are able to take advantage of this technology and move more pieces into the market more quickly. The flexibility that this method allows for sizing makes it an even more valuable way to reproduce pieces.
On walls all over the world, a new form of art reproduction is capturing many art enthusiasts. These prints on canvas deliver vivid and true color representations of original works. Their economical value is not lost on those who collect fine pieces for their own collections. Neither is it lost on museum curators.