Established through a partnership between world leading digitizing, printing and framing organizations, Verus Art® is collaborating with world-class museums to re-create humanities most precious cultural assets.
At Verus Art, we’re passionate about changing the way the world lives with art and this is the driving force behind our collaborations.
We want to make art more accessible and bring people, no matter where they are in the world, closer to the works of the world’s greatest artists. With Limited Edition textured reproductions, art enthusiasts can now enjoy living with priceless paintings that they would only ever dream of owning.
With our Art Connection program, we are bringing the great masters into the classroom, allowing children to see and touch the brushstrokes. Museum outreach and education programs are also supported through royalties and materials, ensuring art and culture retain their importance in society.
We also help support museum conservation with new opportunities in digital restoration allowing teams to turn back time digitally, without even touching the surface of the original painting.
Find out how our Community Outreach Program is changing the way children learn about the great masters.
Discover how we worked with the National Gallery of Canada to explore new opportunities with digital restoration.
Finally, you can now own a Van Gogh or a Monet piece that shows off every beautiful brushstroke and supports art education.
Verus Art works closely with museum teams at every step of the reproduction process. Working with conservators, original artworks are carefully handled and placed into our digitization system, where hundreds of millions of data points are recorded.
Capturing details as fine as one-tenth of a human hair, each painting in digital form amounts to a lot of data, which is processed by our engineers, ready to be brought to life through elevated printing technology.
Our trusted printing partners issue textured samples to the museum for authentication and approval of the reproduction compared to the original painting. Once the museum has approved the master proof, each re-creation is finished with hand-crafted premium Larson-Juhl frames.