This painting printed on thick gallery wrap canvas is printed using the latest Giclee techniques on museum grade canvas. Their giclee printer uses 12 colours to create a rich colour gamut giving the deep dark and subtle highlights of an original painting. Their gallery wrap canvases are printed on 100% thick cotton canvas because they noticed that the cheap poly canvas their competitors are using is "sagging" or "draping". This material will loosen naturally when the wood expands and it will shrink like fresh jeans just out of the drier when the wood shrinks. The canvas is then stretched over kiln dried â€“ finger jointed pine. With finger jointing technology the wood stays straight and strong. Finger jointed pine frames are superior to other stretcher frames because they cut around the knots and re-join the wood using the finger jointing technology. When wood expands and contracts around knotty wood it changes its shape. With finger jointing technology the wood stays straight and strong. The resulting piece of art will last for years of enjoyment.