All our stretched Canvas are custom made on a Premium Fine Art Matte Canvas 410g/m2 1.5 Inch Thick wood for a real gallery look
Giclee printing with Pigment ink designed to meet galleries and museum longevity requirements and ensure consistency of shades 200 years old.[+]
Printed to the edge - Ready to hang - provided with 4 premium polished aluminum stand off ( wall screws and mounting hardware provided )
We suggest a thicker 3/16" acrylic for any size over 42 inches to guarantee a straight acrylic, without curvature
Printed to the edge & Ready to hang a floating frame and hanging wire
Sublimation Metal Print with Decorating Frame
Inside a decorating frame (Box) - Black Floating Frame
Printed with UV cured inks providing an incredible high quality printed image which is scratch resistant with colors that will not fade overtime.
White and lighter areas are not printed on the wood, revealing the beauty of the wood’s texture and natural beauty!
Printed on 3/8" (9mm) thick and strong and durable Russian Birch wood which is ready to hang and enjoy!
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Our wall murals are produced on printers with Outstanding photographic print quality & durabilityExtreme image resolution : photographic image quality with the largest color gamut in its class
Easy to Install
Our Wall Mural Print is removable without any damage to your walls. Easy to change or remove. We are using a premium 6 mil auto-adhesive vinyl with a subtile linen-cotton canvas texture.
Change the look and feel of a room without the hassle of traditional wallpaper. Our wall murals print are the perfect solution to easily enhance any residential or commercial space alike!
Get this artwork "Mrs Epes Sargent 1764" in a custom frame. Fully customizable - at the exact size you want.
You can select paper type, glass, matte and decorating frame Start building your custom frame by selecting one the following moulding:
John Singleton Copley RA (1738 – September 9, 1815) was an Anglo-American painter, active in both colonial America and England. He was probably born in Boston, Massachusetts, to Richard and Mary Singleton Copley, both Anglo-Irish. He is famous for his portrait paintings of wealthy and influential figures in colonial New England, depicting in particular middle-class subjects. His portraits were innovative in their tendency to depict artifacts relating to these individuals lives.
Copleys mother owned a tobacco shop on Long Wharf. The parents, who, according to the artists granddaughter Martha Babcock Amory, had come to Boston in 1736, were "engaged in trade, like almost all the inhabitants of the North American colonies at that time". His father was from Limerick; his mother, of the Singletons of County Clare, a family of Lancashire origin. Letters from John Singleton, Mrs. Copleys father, are in the Copley-Pelham collection. Richard Copley, described as a tobacconist, is said by several biographers to have arrived in Boston in ill health and to have gone, about the time of Johns birth, to the West Indies, where he died. William H. Whitmore gives his death as of 1748, the year of Mrs. Copleys remarriage. James Bernard Cullen says: "Richard Copley was in poor health on his arrival in America and went to the West Indies to improve his failing strength. He died there in 1737." No contemporary evidence has been located for either year.
ABOUT THIS ARTWORK: MRS EPES SARGENT 1764
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