Fine Art Prints

Hartshorn Portraiture offers state of the art print­ing and edit­ing in house to pro­duce the very best qual­ity prints for your trea­sured por­traits. All art­work receives the indi­vid­ual atten­tion of an expert, is color approved, and hand cut dur­ing the pro­duc­tion process. At the client’s dis­cre­tion, images may be ordered in color, sepia, or black and white. fine art portraiture printingWe spe­cial­ize in fine art pieces such as can­vases and water­col­ors. Watercolors are cre­ated using the giclee process, which is com­monly found in muse­ums and art gal­leries. These heir­looms are signed by the pho­tog­ra­pher and are excep­tional art­works that will grace your walls for a life time.

Our stu­dio offers three options for your portraits.

Standard Prints

Each print is pro­duced using the finest archival ink and paper, cut by hand, and avail­able in stan­dard or cus­tom sizes.

Standard prints by Hartshorn Portraiture

Museum qual­ity stan­dard prints

Canvas Prints

These mas­ter can­vas pieces are cre­ated on high qual­ity cot­ton can­vas and coated with a pro­tec­tive fin­ish ensur­ing a life­time of beauty. Canvases need no glass to pro­tect them once framed uti­liz­ing our exten­sive range of hand­crafted Italian frames.

Portrait printed on canvas

Portrait printed on canvas

An alter­na­tive is our museum qual­ity wrapped can­vas por­traits. These pieces bring a con­tem­po­rary dimen­sion to your décor. Perfect for cre­at­ing pic­ture walls or mod­ern grouped artworks.

museum quality wrapped canvas prints

Detail of a por­trait printed on museum qual­ity wrapped canvas

Watercolor

Each water­color print is care­fully hand torn in our stu­dio and a sub­tle flow­ing edge to the image is cre­ated on fine grade heavy water­color paper. Museum series water­color prints have vivid color and the look of fine art prints seen in art gal­leries. Float mount­ing is used to show­case the unique hand torn edge of your water­color portrait.

hand torn watercolor photographic print

Detail of a hand torn water­color pho­to­graphic print