ALL POSTERS ARE GUARANTEED TO BE ORIGINAL,
WE DO NOT SELL ANY REPRODUCTION
Our posters are nicely mounted on linen. Linen backing is an archival poster conservation method. The poster is mounted with wheat paste onto acid free paper, which has been adhered to canvas. This is known as and called “linen” in the trade. This process provides stability to the piece. Lined posters may be rolled, are ready for framing, and are easier to handle overall. Should a lined poster sustain physical damage in the future, poster removal is possible. This cannot be said for most other mounting methods. L’IMAGE Gallery does not provide this service. We ourselves have our posters linen backed by paper conservation professionals who work with museum criterions.
- title of the poster
- name of the artist
- name of the printer
- dimensions in centimetres
- printing process
- price range
We are happy to give more detailed information about each poster.
CODE FOR EVALUATING POSTER CONDITION
Our standard appraisal of the condition of our posters is summarised as follows:
A – Poster in general excellent condition. Colours are fresh and defects are minor.
B – Poster in good condition. There may be some tears and paper loss along folds and at edges, when a poster is “linen backed” these may have been restored or repaired.
C – Defects are more visible, there may be tears and paper loss in the images.