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Lost And Found
Lost And Found
From the "Out of the Woods" February 2023 series. Already framed options for square paper prints are currently unavailable.
Product Details & Shipping Times
Printed in Vancouver, BC with archival grade pigments on natural heavyweight textured cotton paper with no optical brighteners to ensure long-term archival stability. All prints include a 3/4" white border with Victoria's signature. Prints ship worldwide. *European orders for paper prints will be printed in the UK & Germany with the same archival quality to reduce our carbon footprint.
Frames for paper prints are currently unavailable. Frames size 16X20" up to 24X36" can be commonly found at places like IKEA, Opposite Wall, or The Poster Store. Frames 30X40" and up would be custom made by your local framer.
Rolled orders are dimensioned to fit common frame sizes or be framed at your local art framer. Delivery time: 10-15 business days.
Printed in Vancouver, BC on exhibition-quality matte canvas using UltraChrome archival pigments for long-term stability. A UV water-based varnish is applied to protect the surface from UV ray damage and cracking.
Rolled canvas comes with a 2-inch natural canvas printed border for stretching over bars. The border can be trimmed off in the event you choose to frame in glass instead of on stretcher bars. Shipping Worldwide. Delivery time: 10-25 business days.
Stretched and framed canvas prints are available for North America only and include a custom-made white oak floater frame with your canvas print stretched over 3/4" bars. Frames are made to order by Victoria's frame maker in Vancouver, BC. Shipping cost will be quoted in checkout as it vairies depending on location and size of print. Free pickup in Langley BC. Delivery time: 30-60 business days.
Canvas VS Paper Prints: What's the best option for you?
Both canvas and paper are printed with the world's best archival grade materials and pigments that accurately represent the colour and detail of the original painting.
Paper: More modern and contemporary look.
Canvas: More traditional feel that looks like the original.
Paper: Medium watercolour paper feel, uncoated.
Canvas: Classic canvas texture, matte varnish protection.
Paper: Best protected in a glass or plaxiglass frame. You can find commonly found frame sizes from 16X20” to 24X36” to frame yourself or purchase an already framed print in glass from my shop in those same sizes.
Canvas: You can stretch the rolled canvas option over bars yourself or take to your local art framer or buy our already stretched & white oak framed option for the original look. Does not require glass.
Paper: Expensive for larger sizes (30X30" and up) as custom framing and glass is required but frames size 16X20" up to 24X36" can be commonly found at stores like IKEA, Opposite Wall, or The Poster Store.
Canvas: Cheaper than paper to frame larger sizes as no glass is required and you can stretch over bars yourself or pay your local framer roughly $75-$200 to stretch it for you.
If your budget is small:
If you want a statement piece, you'll get the best value with a large canvas in a roll and stretch yourself or bring it to your local framer to stretch it (usually $75-$200 depending on the framer)
If you want a smaller print you'll get the best value with paper as inexpensive plexiglass frames are commonly found for sizes 16X20” to 24X36” at IKEA, Opposite Wall, Amazon etc. or you can level up the presentation with a real glass frame from the print shop in those same sizes.
If your budget is big:
Go for the look and feel you want and whatever size is best for your space. Paper is has a more contemporary/modern look and should be behind glass while canvas is more traditional and has the same matte look as my originals that are stretched over bars and framed in white oak.