| How can I be sure I am purchasing gallery-quality artwork? |
The Iris Giclée method is used by the world's top museums, including the Louvre in Paris. This computer-based technology replicates the original with precision accuracy by laying down one million droplets of Lyson dyes per second. Each print takes about one hour to create an image on hand-combed canvas or heavy weight archival paper. Your custom print will capture all the colors, tones and details of a Hogue original.
| How can I find the best price? |
alhoguetheartist.com fine art is sold only to established dealers who adhere to our specific pricing policy. This assures you will find consistent pricing at every location.
| What options do I have for choosing a Hogue fine art piece? |
You can chose the size, medium and image from the Hogue collection that suits your personal preferences. Once you've selected an image or images, you can chose from up to three sizes. They range from the smaller-sized signed & numbered to the medium-sized Artist Collection, to the larger Master Collection.
| What should I do if my home lighting does not suit the piece? |
You can achieve a vibrant, gallery-quality setting in your home by using simple overhead or picture frame lighting. Both are available in all lighting stores. Hogue paints in a dimly lit studio under a single light source above his easel. Buying similar lighting will allow you to recreate a true artistic environment in your own home.
| Will you guarantee my shipment? |
Yes. Your shipment is guaranteed by the artist and gallery. Al Hogue ships for hundreds of galleries worldwide.
| Will you guarantee the quality of my print? |
Yes. Hogue personally signs each print to assure your complete satisfaction. He selects a "match proof," which is used to compare the accuracy of each Giclée print. Before he signs your piece, he insists the print carries the same qualities as the "match proof."
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