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Vincent van Gogh. Sunflowers are ginger kittens
Caravaggio, Bacchus: Wine vs Catnip
Gustav Klimt, Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer with the Cat
English Grammar by Zarathustra the Cat
Théophile Steinlen. Black Cat and Red Cat on tour
Johannes Vermeer. Girl with a Pearl Earring and a Ginger Cat
Katsushika Hokusai, The great wave off shore of Catnagawa
Katsushika Hokusai. The morning after a snowfall. Catzilla attacks
Albrecht Dürer. Hare and Cat
Michelangelo. The Creation of cAt-dam
Jacques-Louis David, Napoleon Crossing the Alps
Edward Hopper. Nighthawks and Nightcat
Gallery wrap is the method of stretching canvas when the image wraps around the edge of the stretcher frame. The canvas is secured to the stretcher bar by staples applied on the back side of it. Thus the sides of the stretcher bars are covered by the image in the style of the artwork, and it will look fine without a frame. We advise you to choose this method of stretching if you are not planning to put your print in a frame.
Without stretching. In this case, prints are shipped rolled up in a rigid tube. You can stretch your print in any atelier nearby. The canvas will include an additional white border enough for stretching it.
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