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“Museum quality art copies on canvas” all reproduction companies say they can paint them. Prices for Museum quality art copies vary from $50 to $1500 but if they’re painted to the same high standard, why the difference in price and why do art copies vary so much in quality?
For starters, the problem is a lot of supposed museum quality art copies on canvas definitely aren’t, which explains the difference in pricing. Do you really think that if you pay $120 or less on a commissioned-to-order fine art copy of a masterpiece that it will be any good? Premium quality oils and a high-grade canvases cost quite a bit. The skill and time of a professional and talented artist again costs money. If museum quality art copies are painted correctly, they’ll be several layers of paint, which take time to paint and oils between each layer need to dry before the next can be painted. Quality fine art copies on canvas take time and will cost more than $120.
When it comes to art copies on canvas, the old adage “You get what you pay for” rings true. Remember, that not all art copies on canvas that are labelled “Top Quality” or “Museum Quality” are. Always, look at an art reproduction company’s portfolio and samples and then compare their work to the original painting, this will show you straight away if their art copies on canvas are any good. Also, put the company’s name into Google and see what other people are saying about them, don’t just rely on testimonials from the company’s website.
Commissioning art copies on canvas of your favourite masterpieces should be a joy, you should and need to be proud to display your fine art copies. Just do your research first.
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We’re a fine art reproduction company called Fabulous Masterpieces that solely concentrates on painting museum quality art reproductions onto canvas. We’ve even produced a magazine on the topic to help you out if you want to learn more about fine art copies. Just click on the image above.
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