We provide a high-resolution flatbed scanning service producing fully colour managed, sharp and accurate scans preserving the fine details in your original paintings, prints and drawings. Our flatbed scanner is fully colour calibrated and captures the maximum possible colour gamut. We can scan flat artworks up to A2 in size.
Types of art media suitable for artwork scanning are
- Acrylic paintings
- Charcoal drawings (fixing required)
- Pastel (fixing required)
- Pen and ink drawings
Unfortunately, we can’t scan all types of art media. Varnished oil paintings suffer from glare and are more suitable for photography. For larger sizes and those artworks that can’t be scanned, please see our bespoke art reproduction photography service.
Key features of our fine art scanning service:
- Perfectly sharp scans
- Our fine art scans are white point, tone and colour adjusted to match the original artwork as closely as possible
- High-resolution digital files for you to keep
- Fully colour managed
- Adobe RGB or sRGB, TIFF format files, other colour spaces and formats available on request
We crop all scans to size. In addition and depending on your instructions we can remove marks, small blemishes, even the paper colour and texture of the original artwork. You can download your high-res files in TIFF or JPEG format up to 2GB.
We can store all your high quality files on our servers free of charge (please ask for this service), so that you will be able to continue to reorder our fine art prints. In addition, you can download your scans, in TIFF or JPEG format up to 2GB.
We can output the final scans onto a select range of fine art papers and canvasses, up to 112cm width, printing with archival quality inks. We create colour profiles for all our media in-house, for maximum colour fidelity.
By using our services to get your work professionally scanned in our studio, you ensure to get the best possible and accurate results for your Giclee prints.
All work is quoted on an individual basis. Please contact us on 0208 858 3076 or email us for a quotation, or to make an appointment to bring in your artwork.