recessed framed art print

eves apples  BY ruby door
15576-recf03

DENY Ruby Door

Ruby Door Eves Apples Recessed Framing Rectangle

15576-recf03

$99.00

MSRP: $0.00


Deny Designs is for wholesale customers only.



Product Details

Description

Our Deny Designs Recessed Framed Prints add a museum-like depth to your favorite artwork with its shadow-box frame design. Our archival fine art giclée prints use acid-free and lignin-free 100% cotton rag paper for fade resistance and color brilliance. Each artwork is produced with gallery-quality inks for superior color range and definition. Choose from four different frame colors: black, white, maple or walnut to match your unique decor taste. Recessed framed prints are available in four different sizes. And the best part? Every purchase pays the artist who designed it—supporting creativity worldwide.

Details & Product Specs

Sizes Available:

  • 8" x 10" x 1.625" (20 cm x 25 cm x 4.13 cm)
  • 13" x 19" x 1.625" (33 cm x 48 cm x 4.13 cm)
  • 18" x 24" x 1.625" (46 cm x 61 cm x 4.13 cm)
  • 24" x 36" x 1.625" (61 cm x 91 cm x 4.13 cm)

 

Details:

  • Available in four frame colors: black, white, maple, and walnut
  • Space between the glass and artwork is 0.375" (0.95 cm)
  • Finished with a lightweight, shatter-resistant acrylic
  • Hanging hardware included
  • Estimated ship date: 3-5 business days
  • Every order custom printed in the USA

 

Paper Substrate:

  • 260 gsm in weight
  • Made with acid-free and lignin-free 100% cotton rag paper
  • Printed on bright white, archival fine art paper with a smooth finish
  • Solvent ink
  • 8 color inkjet printing for excellent color brilliance and image definition

Warranty

Wholesale orders are not eligible for returns or exchanges unless the product is deemed defective.

Care

Wipe the surface gently with a slightly moist sponge or soft rag. Dry with a soft, lint-free rag. Do not wet or clean the print directly.

About the Artist

ruby door

As a child Stacey delighted in finding patterns in wood grain, locating fool’s gold, and watching the fish swim in her father’s wall of aquariums. These daily visual influences and childhood fascinations with nature have transcended into her paintings. Today, Stacey captures this world in lush transparent layers, which often mimic the look of stained glass.

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