Treasures on Canvas – Hello I’m Olaf – Frozen
This art piece is part of Disney's incredible Treasures on Canvas collection ... a wonderful series of iconic Disney paintings that have been re-created as limited edition fine art giclees on canvas. It measures 16 x 12 inches.
Each Treasure on Canvas is accompanied by a Disney Certificate of Authenticity and is a limited edition of only 1,500 pieces worldwide. Therefore, these are highly collectable art pieces and, once all 1,500 pieces are sold, the edition is officially retired and the artwork is no longer available for retail sale.
Each Treasure on Canvas comes beautifully "gallery wrapped" included in the price. This means the canvas is "wrapped" around and attached to wooden bars and is ready to hang as soon as it arrives. A hanging wire is affixed to the back of the artwork for easy wall hanging (wall hook not included).
What is a "giclee"?
Giclees are art pieces created using archival quality inks. The French term “Giclée” – literally meaning “spray of ink” – is used to describe these fine artwork creations. Multiple precision nozzles spray and mix up to ten million microscopic droplets of paint per second onto the fine art canvas. The giclee printing process therefore provides incredible colour accuracy and sensational high-definition detail. It's a rich feast for the eyes and creates a true museum-quality finish.
What is "gallery wrapped"?
Gallery wrapped means the canvas is stretched across wooden stretcher bars and then held in place on the back in a way that is not visible when the art is hung on the wall. The result is that the image, as well as the “wrapped” edges, are visible. This contemporary style of presentation means your art piece is ready to hang as soon as you receive it!
How do I care for my Treasure on Canvas?
Each Treasure on Canvas is meticulously hand-produced using the very finest, museum-quality archival inks and materials. We suggest keeping your canvas clean using a dry, lint free cloth. Never use a wet or moist cloth to clean your canvas.