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Building Acrylic Print featuring the photograph Palace Of Fine Arts - San Francisco by Tony Crehan
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Palace Of Fine Arts - San Francisco Acrylic Print

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Palace Of Fine Arts - San Francisco acrylic print by Tony Crehan.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

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2 - 3 business days

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About Acrylic Prints

Mounting Option #1

Mounting Option #2

Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print.   Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic.

The image is the art - it doesn't get any cleaner than that!

All acrylic prints ship within 3 - 4 business days and arrive "ready to hang" with four aluminum mounting posts (Option #1) or hanging wire (Option #2).

The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.

There are two different ways to mount your acrylic print.

Option #1 (Mounting Posts) - Attach your print to your wall with four aluminum mounting posts.   The cylindrical cap of each mounting post can be removed, allowing you to thread a small screw along the center axis of the of post and into the wall.   When you're finished, simply reattached each cap, and you're done.   The mounting posts act as stand-offs and keep your print separated from the wall by 1".   All of the required mounting hardware (i.e. posts, screws, and wall anchors) is included with your print.   Click here for mounting details.

Option #2 (Hanging Wire) - With this option, your acrylic print is attached to a 1/4" thick black board which has a wooden frame and hanging wire attached to the back.   There are no metal mounting posts at the corners.   Simply put a nail in your wall, hang your print from the hanging wire, and you're done.   Due to the thickness of the black board and mounting frame, your print is separated from the wall by 1.50"   Click here for mounting details.

Acrylic Print Reviews (901)

Average Rating (5 Stars):

September 18th, 2018

Ad said it has a hanging wire, it doesn’t. Has a big chunk of wood glued to the back with a hanging bracket. Acrylic distorts the picture in my opinion.

September 12th, 2018

This rating is for Fine Art America only. Not the artist. I received this print on acrylic. It shows to have a silver back ground, but it was green-ish in real life. That didn't work for me so I needed to send it back. It cost me $32 to have it shipped, but $96....yes, NINETY SIX dollars to have it sent back. Fine Arts could have had a pre-printed label from their corporate account (like Amazon does) for it to be shipped back and then that ($32) amount deducted from my refund. They did not. So, basically I paid $120 to get a product that did not match the print online. Therefore, I will NEVER shop at Fine Art America again AND will warn everyone I know to beware.

September 12th, 2018

My husband was over the moon with the picture.he keeps koi and has all of these fish but one. A lovely anniversary present

September 4th, 2018

I have seen this in person many times. I thought it would be nice to have a picture of it. I am so glad I got this.

September 4th, 2018

I lived in the area and saw Mt. Rainier often. I used to call it "my" mountain. Now, I have a photo of it to remind me of its beauty.

September 3rd, 2018

Love it!

Artist's Description

The Palace of Fine Arts Theatre in San Francisco, California, USA. This was built in 1915 for the Panama Pacific International Exposition (PPIE) Bernard R. Maybeck was chosen as architect for the Palace of Fine Arts. A student of the École des Beaux-Arts, his design reflects the impression of a Roman ruin. The inspiration for the Palace, with its soaring colonnade, grand rotunda, and carefully constructed pond, was meant to evoke quiet sadness and solemnity. After the fair, most of the buildings at the PPIE, which were never meant to be permanent, were torn down. The exception of the Palace of Fine Arts; the citizens of San Francisco felt it was just too beautiful to destroy. Consistent with his design concept, Maybeck had intended that the Palace should just fall into ruin, and so it did for a long time. The Palace of Fine Arts League was established in 1962 to provide the means to restore the Palace of Fine Arts. Businessman and philanthropist Walter Johnson along with many other...

About Tony Crehan

Currently working with independent schools in Tasmania. Advocate for e-learning and collaborative projects. Previously long corporate and management consulting career. Love most music: opera, classical, jazz, fado, soft rock and country & western etc. Like photography, golf, singing, cooking, reading, rugby, Australian Football, theatre, ballet and travel. Interested in wine, horse breeding. Married with 3 adult children. We care for our school age grandson. Took up digital photography in 2010 starting with Panasonic Lumix point and shoot..In June 2011 purchased my first DSLR, a Pentax k-r so I could use my old 100-300 lens. Replaced with with Pentax k-30 and now also shooting with Panasonic Lumix DMC-F2500 travel camera with...

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