Buy A High-Resolution File
Original images to enhance your enterprise
Matthew Moss’ art on high-resolution files combines his beautiful and unique images with your own boundless vision.
The format of your high-resolution image is a minimum 3500 x 4000 pixels, All files are greater than 100Mb, and are 300 DPI, RGB colour space, TIFF.
Should you prefer to use an original transparency (diapositive) in a special project you can request a 6x6 cm (2 1/4inches) transparency that Matthew prepares from the original work of art. It is un-clipped and includes background.
Buy this ‘Adventure of Rembrandt’
Adopt this Adventure of Rembrandt
Using Original Images to Enhance Your Business
For you, or your corporation; rare and beautiful images of the Adventures of Rembrandt can make an important contribution to your printed promotional and editorial project. Other business uses include printed packaging and product design, calendars and book illustrations.
You can use the image on a one-time, world-wide basis as a part of: PRINTED ADVERTISING, PRINTED EDITORIAL and PRINTED PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS (including packaging) and MEDIA.
In the nineteenth century the Pears Soap Company commissioned John Millais a Pre-Raphaelite artist to paint the famous ‘Bubbles' showing a young boy blowing bubbles from a clay pipe. The painting was meant solely to be an advertisement. Instead, it has remained to the present day famous as a work of art in its own right. Later, in 1898, a phonograph company commissioned the artist Francis Barraud to paint a terrier looking at a gramophone horn from which a voice emerged. So popular was the painting that the phonograph company changed its name to the painting's title, His Masters Voice, the HMV of today. Great artists commissioned by perceptive advertisers included Toulouse Lautrec, Gustav Doré and later, Piet Mondrian and Andy Warhol. The power of Fine Art images has long been recognized in the communications, advertising and publishing world.