Completed in 1935 in Manhattan’s Tryon Park, the Cloisters museum was commissioned by John D. Rockefeller to preserve and display the beautiful monastic sculptures and architecture of the Romanesque and Gothic periods. Built from the carefully reconstructed ruins of four European cloisters, the museum courtyards and gardens hold a serene and ancient sense of mystery.
Our image capture, paper quality, and print method produce a beautiful, richly colored, fine giclee print that is almost indistinguishable from the original painting.
Paper: 310g William Turner Hahnemuhle – thick, subtly textured, off-white, archival quality fine art paper
Print Method: Giclee Inkjet – Canon Lucia 12 Ink Color System – Incredibly rich, true to life colors