Our bespoke mounting and framing service is undertaken exclusively by Kendal Picture Framers of Branthwaite Brow, Kendal. Please note when ordering that framed orders take approximately 1 week to produce, and stretched canvas prints up to 10 days to allow for varnish drying prior to stretching.
FRAMED PRINT PRICES NOW INCLUDE COURIER DELIVERY. There is now an optional price given for those who are able to collect from the studio.
All frames are made to order, and will normally take around one week to build, plus a couple of days extra for delivery by our secure courier service. Consignments will require a signature upon receipt, so please bear this in mind when ordering frames. Canvas prints take a little longer, see below.
The image below portrays a typical standard landscape loose print. As you can see the print includes a border, with descriptive text to illustrate the whereabouts of the scene. This border can easily be trimmed off if not required, especially if it is to be framed.
This image portrays a typical panoramic loose print. As you can see the print includes a border, with descriptive text to illustrate the whereabouts of the scene. This border can easily be trimmed off if not required, especially if it is to be framed.
And finally, we offer all our prints as a stretched canvas option. For this we use a 440gsm. poly cotton Crystalline Canvas supplied by Breathing Color, our preferred dealer for all fine art products. We find this OBA free canvas to be excellent for stretching with superb colour rendition and longevity. All our canvas prints are varnished for protection before being stretched over a custom made wooden frame. Canvas prints have a full image wrap around border for continuity. Please note that due to extra work involved in set-up of canvas print production, they take slightly longer to produce than framed prints, usually around ten days from receiving orders. Please note that cotton canvas, being a natural product, can have a little variation in finish at times and can also have small naturally occurring slubs in the fabric weave which is quite normal. It is highly unlikely that this will detract in any way from the overall finish of the product, but is something to be aware of when purchasing canvas prints.