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Insigne Uv Printed Canvas Art

Updated: Jul 3, 2019

Insigne Canvas Printings are made of the best materials with the best UV Printing machine in the world.

%100 cotton based artistic Turkish canvas is being strecthed to first quality mdf frames with automated canvas streching machines. There is no harmful substances used in production of Insigne canvas printings.

Available dimensions are : -Square: 39x39 cm/68x68 cm -Panaromic: 89x39 cm -Rectangular: 89x59 cm/59x39 cm


Cleaning

Soft clothes with no chemicals should be used in cleaning of the product. Keep away from direct sunlight to use your Insigne canvas for many many years in original quality.


Look Closer

When you look closer to our canvas art you will see the quality in details with unique canvas tissue



Historical Development of Canvas

As an artist, one of the best ways to display your talents is on canvas. From masterful oil paintings to photo canvas prints, there's just something about this material that gives a sense of prestige. But did you know that canvas is a rather recent development in art history? Historically made from tightly woven hemp—the word canvas comes from the Latin cannabis—it came into common usage in the 16th century during the Italian Renaissance. Venetian painters were especially keen on utilizing canvas because it was easier for them to use in a humid environment than frescos (which dried poorly in the lagoon) or wood panels (which absorbed moisture and warped). They also had a large, cheap supply readily available—given that the material was also used to make sails and the Venetians were known for their naval fleet. There are several other advantages of canvas that made them slowly replace wood panels. One important fact of the material that holds true today is that canvas allows for larger formats with easy portability, as they are lightweight and can be rolled. They are also less prone to the warping and cracking that can occur with wood panels.

But did you know that canvas is a rather recent development in art history? Historically made from tightly woven hemp—the word canvas comes from the Latin cannabis—it came into common usage in the 16th century during the Italian Renaissance. Venetian painters were especially keen on utilizing canvas because it was easier for them to use in a humid environment than frescos (which dried poorly in the lagoon) or wood panels (which absorbed moisture and warped). They also had a large, cheap supply readily available—given that the material was also used to make sails and the Venetians were known for their naval fleet.

The Rise of Photo Canvas Prints !

There are several other advantages of canvas that made them slowly replace wood panels. One important fact of the material that holds true today is that canvas allows for larger formats with easy portability, as they are lightweight and can be rolled. They are also less prone to the warping and cracking that can occur with wood panels. Even if you aren't a master painter, technology has made it easier than ever to create affordable High-quality printing means that photographs from the special moments in your life can be placed on canvas and hung directly on your wall, for a beautiful way to decorate your home with a touch of class.


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