Care for your reproductions like they are original artworks.

We hope your reproductions give you and your clients many decades of viewing pleasure. Fine art reproductions like these should be treated like original artworks to ensure their longevity. If you care for them properly, they will last you a lifetime.

care - UV light
Do not display your reproductions where it will receive direct sunlight. UV light, either from the sun or from strong indoor lights can affect prints over time.

care - moisture
Keep unframed reproductions in a dry place. Paper prints do not mix well with water and will become marked. Canvas prints are protected by a spray laminate and can be spot-cleaned with a damp cloth if required. Rolled in a tube is the safest way to store them provided they are first wrapped in an acid free paper.

care - chemicals
Canvas reproductions my be cleaned with a damp cotton bud or cotton cloth, wiping gently. Do not try to clean any reproductions with chemicals of any sort. If your print is marked, contact us first before doing anything.
care - scratching

Handle your prints with care to avoid scratching or kinking. Treat them like a pastel artwork – with great care. Oil from fingerprints can affect your reproduction over time, Best to handle them with gloves or only by the white border edges.

care - framing

If you decide to have your framing done elsewhere, be sure to choose a qualified framer who uses quality products that are acid free to ensure your reproduction lasts as long as possible. While it is a more expensive option, museum glass offers the best UV protection for your reproductions.