SH#003... 24x24.jpg
Susan Hay

Susan Hay 24x24

from 8.00

Please click on the picture to the left to view full image.

Image Size:
Add To Cart
SH#003... 24x24.jpg

Additional Info

Our fine-art prints are scanned and meticulously colour-matched, then printed using genuine Epson Ultrachrome HD Archival inks to assure the highest degree of colour gamut and permanence.

The Poster-Paper Print is surrounded by a 1" white border. It is packaged against foam board inside a plastic sleeve. Display it under glass for the highest level of protection. Framing options are available.

The Faux-Canvas Print is rendered on canvas-textured paper with a 1" white border, heat-sealed under a satin-finish laminate and mounted to 1/8" thick foamboard. The face can be wiped with a wet or dry cloth. Comes with a sawtooth clip which may be affixed to the back for easy hanging. Framing options are recommended for sizes larger than 18 inches or so, but not necessary for smaller sizes.

The Fine-Art Paper Print is rendered on acid-free, textured watercolour paper with a 1" white border. It comes packaged against foam board, with an archival certificate, inside a clear plastic sleeve. Display it under glass for the highest level of protection. Framing options are available.

The Laminated-Canvas Print is rendered on primed fabric canvas and heat-sealed under a satin-finish laminate. A 1" border is matched to the prominent colour of the image's edge; an extra inch of unprinted canvas allows for stapling to a stretcher bar. May be wiped with a wet or dry cloth. Shipped in a cylinder.

The Stretched-Canvas Print is rendered on primed fabric canvas, heat-sealed under a satin-finish laminate, stretched and stapled onto a custom-built, hardwood frame. Profile is 3/4" deep; its colour is matched to the prominent colour of the image's edge. May be wiped with a wet or dry cloth. The back is fitted with plastic-coated wire for easy hanging. Framing options are available but not necessary.

These ink and surface combinations have been lightfast-rated for up to 108 years. Displaying them with acid-free materials and out of direct sunlight will keep your images true for generations.