Oil paintings are hand-painted in the oil painting gallery and no copying is used. In addition, select hundreds of photographs for museum quality paintings at a fair price of any format. Just consumers will order masterpieces, classic and original paintings or order custom photographs, paintings and portraits.
The galley is the global leading supplier of Oil Paintings, produced on the basis of customer orders, with tonnes of happy customers in more than 120 countries.
Talented designers working with the gallery have designed tonnes, from museums, the Royal Family, big hotel chains, luxury cruise ships, construction agencies, manufacturing companies from Hollywood, for art enthusiasts around the world.
Only the best artists are recruited, the right supplies are used, the museum retains top quality management. The gallery realises that doing business on the Internet can often be hard so we do what we can to guarantee that the buying experience of consumers is extremely valuable.
They come with a 100% guarantee of money-back satisfaction, a lifetime guarantee, and are distributed free of charge. Their paintings are funded by
The gallery warmly invites clients to read some news items that have all been submitted by clients, like any other customer, even the reader.
In principle, art is a depiction of the transformation from humanity to the present day, what it was and what it might be.
In fact, the gallery was founded in 2003 as a subsidiary of ArtInvest Company to help artists market their works so that they can make wondrous paintings and what it means more efficiently for humanity.
Van gogh exhibit Toronto
Vincent’s work will be brought to life in Toronto with the world premiere of the latest Immersive Van Gogh exhibit. Actually it is designed by artists at the Paris blockbuster show and features over 2 million visitors.
Immerse yourself in an amazing projection of six hundred thousand cubic feet that animates the work of masters and illuminates brilliant mind.
New customers will pass through enormous projections and show brushstrokes, details and colour, such as customers never had.
Definitely, visitors will be immersed in the art of Van Gogh—from his sunny scenes and his nightlife to his portraits and sketches of still life.
In fact, it includes The Potato Eaters (1885), The Starry Night (1889), the Tournesols (1888), and La Chambre à coucher, and The Mangeurs de pôtes de terre (Sunflowers), as well (The Bedroom, 1889).
Moreover, gallery built the show to suit the historic space of the printing presses of the Toronto Star on 1 Yonge Street — which turns the industry into wonder.
All in all, it’s amazing, amazingly creative, and very different from the art of the Master.
- Anne Imhof: ‘Natures Mortes’ Palais de Tokyo April.
- Lorraine O’Grady: ‘Both/And’ Brooklyn Museum March -July.
- Michael Armitage: ‘Paradise Edict’ Royal Academy of Arts March to June.
- Sophie Taeuber-Arp: ‘Living Abstraction’ Tate Modern July – October.
- ‘Slavery’ Rijksmuseum February to May.