You can print your art using a home printer, a local printer, or an online print shop. We recommend supporting small business whenever possible! There are many local and online photo printers including Target Photo, Costco, Mpix (our online pick), Nations Photo Lab, etc.
We like printing our art prints on matte photo paper. You can also use acid-free archival art paper or giclee paper, if your printer offers it. As an example, Nations Photo Lab offers both linen textured photo prints, stretched canvas, and unstretched canvas fine art prints.
We find most of our favorite frames at antique stores and thrift stores. We have also found frames we like at ArtToFrames.com, Target, IKEA, Pottery Barn, and West Elm.
Where did you buy the frame featured in your product offerings?
We think the particular frame we use on our site is an antique. We have found similar-looking frames online by searching for “whitewashed” or “natural wood” or “distressed wood” frames.
Many of the art prints in the Museum Quality Art shop are antiques or museum pieces from various museums around the world. The original artist, date of creation, title, and current location of the original (if applicable) is listed on each product page. We also sell work from current artists and fine art photographers.