A curated selection of museum quality prints, based on original oil on canvas paintings by Seth B. Minkin, are now available for purchase.
Known for creating bold, large format paintings that are as detailed as they are whimsical, and as inspiring as they are inspired, Minkin’s 25 year career has focused on celebrating the beauty, form and rhythm of everyday objects and concepts. From vintage style nautical maps, to never ending schools of sardines, to rich and textural abstractions, his work is revered and collected by those who crave both visual sophistication and fun.
In order to uphold the beauty and high quality of the originals, each Seth B. Minkin print has been masterfully created and is a work of art in its own right.
Every detail in the process has been expertly attended to, from the precise and delicate digital capture of the original paintings using the most sophisticated Canon hardware, through the use of the most advanced Epson printing technology in concert with the finest ultra chrome HD pigment inks. Each image is built on a foundation of Hahnemühle 100% cotton photo rag ultra smooth 305gsm paper for its unparalleled beauty, sharpness, quality and longevity.
In order to protect and prolong the life of each print, we've selected framing that is as high quality and substantial as the prints themselves. When you choose the framing option, your print will arrive mounted on archival backing and framed in a white, built-to-order, museum quality, solid wood frame with a 1" profile and a depth of 2.25" that closely resembles the thick, gallery wrap dimensions of Seth's oil on canvas originals. High quality UV acrylic glazing is also included, to reflect over 98% of UV light, along with a French cleat for quick and secure installation.
This process produces superb museum quality prints in a range of subjects and sizes that are both stunning and affordable and that will last for the enjoyment of generations to come.
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