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Wrapped Canvas Prints

Wrapped canvas prints grant a creative look to any space. They?re an elegant way to decorate your home or office.

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Wrapped canvas prints refer to canvas prints that are stretched over a wooden frame, creating a 3D effect. They are popular for displaying artwork, family photos, and scenic landscapes.

The process of creating a wrapped canvas print involves printing an image onto canvas material, then stretching and securing the canvas around a wooden frame. The wooden frame is typically made of stretcher bars, which are usually made of pine or other types of wood. The frame provides structure and support for the canvas, as well as creating a border around the image.

Wrapped canvas prints can be customized in terms of size and shape to suit a variety of spaces and preferences. They can also be printed with various types of images, including photographs, digital art, and paintings. The printing process typically involves using high-quality, fade-resistant inks to ensure that the image retains its vibrancy and color over time.

Types Of Stretched Canvas Prints

There are generally two types of stretched canvas prints:

1. Gallery Wrap: In a gallery wrap, the image is printed on canvas, and the canvas is then stretched and wrapped around a wooden frame. The image is usually continued onto the sides of the frame, giving it a 3D appearance. Gallery wrap canvas prints are often used for artistic and decorative purposes.

2. Museum Wrap: Museum wrap is similar to gallery wrap, but the canvas is stretched and wrapped around a deeper wooden frame, resulting in a thicker edge. The image is usually not continued onto the sides of the frame, but the thick edge of the frame gives it a substantial and professional look. Museum wrap canvas prints are often used for fine art and photography.

Wrapped Canvas Print Material

Wrapped canvas prints are printed on canvas material, which is a woven fabric that is traditionally used by artists for painting. Canvas material is made from cotton or a blend of cotton and synthetic fibers, such as polyester. The canvas material used for wrapped canvas prints is typically thicker and more durable than traditional artist canvas, to ensure that it can withstand the printing process and stretching onto a frame. The canvas material also has a textured surface, which gives the finished print a unique look and feel.

In addition to the canvas material, wrapped canvas prints may also be coated with a protective layer to help protect the print from UV light and other environmental factors that can cause fading or damage over time. This coating may be a clear acrylic layer or a specialized UV coating, depending on the specific printing process and the desired level of protection.


Wrapped canvas prints come in various sizes, including:

1. Small sizes: These are typically less than 16 x 20 inches and are ideal for decorating small spaces such as an office cubicle or small room.

2. Medium sizes: These range from 16 x 20 inches to 30 x 40 inches and are perfect for accenting walls in a living room, bedroom, or dining area.

3. Large sizes: These can range from 30 x 40 inches to 40 x 60 inches or larger and are ideal for large walls in spacious rooms, such as a conference room or lobby.

4. Custom sizes: Many print shops offer the option to create custom-sized wrapped canvas prints based on your specific needs.

It’s important to note that the size of the image being printed will also affect the overall size of the canvas print. Therefore, it’s crucial to ensure that the resolution and size of the image are appropriate for the desired canvas print size to ensure optimal quality.