The Mat

We suggest you add a mat to your photograph.

It is a white cardboard with bevelled edges placed between the frame and the photograph. The mat has a double function:

  • Better protection: the mount creates a space between the photograph and the glass, which limits contact and thus protects your piece of art.
  • Improved aesthetics: the mat gives depth, sharpness and brightness, while improving the transition effect with the frame.

A picture of the actor Steve McQueen

A picture of the actor Steve McQueen
A picture of the actor Steve McQueen
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Description of the photograph

March 23, 2005; Bishop, California, USA. Film still from Nevada Smith 1966. Thursday March 24th, 2005 will be the 75th anniversary of the birth of Steve McQueen, who died of a heart attack on November 7th, 1980 after being diagnosed with inoperable cancer. The American Tough Guy actor loved motorcycle and car racing and starred in many successful films, including The Great Escape and Bullitt.

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Your photograph is printed on a high quality satin photo paper in 250g thickness. Thanks to our high-performance printing systems and a sharpness of up to 1440 dpi, we guarantee you a product worthy of the greatest art galleries. If, despite our expertise and precautions, you notice something wrong with your product, we will send you a new photograph at our expense.

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