- Reproduction on digitally printed canvas. High quality.
- The materials used in the production of the canvases are of high quality. The texture and the thread highlight the beauty of the final result. Its grammage exceeds 340g. The pigments and inks used are HP UV so they are specially prepared for light resistance in interiors for many years. All the work is finished with manual ageing patinas that give an unbeatable result.
- Canvas only: The canvas is delivered rolled up without stretcher frame.
- Canvas with frame: Canvas mounted on a wooden frame (35 mm), with coloured edges, to match the work of art. With this system, none of the image is lost, as it appears in its entirety on the front side. The frame is made to measure for the chosen work.
The product is a reproduction of a fragment of a fresco by Raphael Sanzio (1483-1520). Stanze di Raffaello, Apostolic Palace (Vatican City).
Fiat (central fragment of “The Disputation of the Sacrament”). The Stanze di Raffaello are four rooms in the Apostolic Palace (Vatican City), decorated with frescoes by Raphael and his pupils between 1508 and 1524. Together with the frescoes in the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo, they constitute the cycle of frescoes that mark the High Renaissance in Rome. The Disputation of the Sacrament (on the east wall of the Hall of the Seal) is the first work executed by Raphael, and was completed in 1509. The width at the base of the fresco is 770 cm. It represents theology through a scene on the Glory of the Eucharist.