STREAM CROSSING was originally painted by Jacob van Ruisdael in 1646. The painting, entitled Landscape with a Village in the Distance, may be viewed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Art Prints and Framed Artwork from Museum Quality Art are printed and framed using the highest quality papers, canvas, inks, and materials. Everything is carefully printed and framed once you order.
Framed artwork includes UV-shielding acrylic when purchasing artwork on matte paper. No acrylic is used when selecting canvas artwork, and for this reason we believe canvas most closely resembles original artwork. Mounted wire and hanging hardware is included with all framed artwork. Your artwork will arrive ready to display in your space.
Vintage Artwork and Unique Character
Because most of the artwork available at Museum Quality Art is vintage, variable details such as brushstrokes, grain, and cracking may be visible on your final product. Colors may vary due to differences in monitor or display settings on your computer or phone. We do our best to represent our products, but please keep in mind that mock-ups (image and frame previews) are often digitally rendered. These digital representations may vary slightly from real, finished artwork. Multiple sizes of artwork are represented on each product page, and may not correspond to the size being ordered.
Featured Art: Flowers and Lemons
Featured Art: A Stream Running Through a Birch Wood
Featured Art: Hares
Featured Art: Amsterdam Roses III by Brittany Smith
Featured Art: Big Clouds, Nympheas, Chorus of Daisies by Brittany Smith, Spring Garden
Featured Art: Roses and Peonies, Pink Flowers in a Blue Vase, Asters
Featured Art: Still Waters by Brittany Smith
Featured Art: White Floral in a Blue and White Vase by James Zamora
Featured Art: Christmas Tree by James Zamora
Featured Art: Portrait of Vincent van Gogh