Years of research have cumulated in the ability to produce the highest fidelity 3D re-creations of the greatest masterpieces in painting.
The Verus Art process uses a low power, tri colour laser beam, to take hundreds of millions of precise measurements of the color and geometry of the brushstrokes. These measurements are re-assembled to create a three dimensional map of the painting surface which is used to produce the physical print by way of their proprietary elevated printing technology.
Before authenticating the edition, the National Gallery of Canada technical staff assesses the color and brushwork of the master-proof with the original artwork thus ensuring the most accurate re-creation has been achieved.
Finally, each re-creation is completed with a premium, hand-crafted artisan frame from Larson-Juhl.
The original artwork is secured inside our scanner where hundreds of millions of data points are recorded, capturing detail as fine as one tenth of a human hair.
Big data is processed by our engineers then brought to life through advanced elevated printing technology.
After the National Gallery of Canada approves the master proof, the re-creations are finished with hand-crafted premium Larson-Juhl frames.