Care and hanging instructions
Hanging : For many years, our paintings have been suspended with a strong, long-lasting, home-crafted and straightforward hanging system. The weight of the wooden panels can be fairly weighty, therefore the utilization of a metallic dowel and screw is emphatically suggested. The magnitude of the screw is contingent on the mass of the work. This can ensure the paintings remain securely hung for a considerable length of time.
Painted to last : The artist's works are executed with meticulous care and attention to detail, utilizing an undercoat to guard against any potential paint cracking over the course of time. Each piece is then thoroughly shielded with a professional-grade protective varnish, ensuring that the artwork is able to endure for generations to come.
Exposure : To maximize longevity, it is imperative to ensure that the painting is not exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods of time; such exposure can cause the colors to fade or otherwise degrade.
Avoid humidity : In order to maintain artwork and extend its life, proper care and cleaning methods must be employed. Firstly, it is important to ensure that the room in which the artwork is displayed is adequately ventilated, as this will reduce the risk of condensation.
Cleaning : When it comes to dusting, it is best to use a soft duster to remove any debris from the surface of the artwork. If possible, the painting should be removed from the wall in order to facilitate a more thorough cleaning. However, it is important to note that water or any other cleaning products should never be used to clean an artwork, as they may cause irreparable damage to the artwork.