Jazz Magazine recommends this photo to be ordered in dimensions 30 x 45. This artwork is an original piece and has not been subject to filter application.
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Types of frames
A 2 mm thick acrylic glass plate then ensures the perfect finish - it protects the image from the front and
gives it an extraordinary depth and brilliance. This type of frame is used by galleries as it is ideally suited to immediate hanging
- with or without a floater frame - thanks to their dimensional stability.
«Form follows function » is the motto for the floater frame, or american box. Its only 3 mm wide frame front combines function and design in the highest possible reduction. This frame is made of aluminum, lightweight, elegant and ideal for fine images. In it motifs on photographic paper,
fine art papers or gallery prints can produce their full effect. Available in black and aluminum.
The picture frame draws all attention to the image and this despite its generous volume. Through the extraordinary depth of the steeply sloped
profile the crisply clear lines of the aluminium bars formally draw the viewer's gaze to the subject.
An accent-setting design frame featuring a passe partout of 50mm. Available in black and aluminum.
A high quality canvas created specifically for art photography printing. This format is suited for immediate hanging, as well as custom framing.
This option includes a metalic hook to be placed at the back of your frame, and hung on a nail or any other mural hook of your choice. These hooks are delivered with the canvases.
The mounting kit contains high quality hanging plates made of metal, they are simply anchored at the desired position in the frame. Then plug suitable fastening hooks into the wall and hang up the picture - job done.
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