> ArchivalArt.com is project from someone passionate about victorian art and art in general. Julie Brown is a professor, mother, traveller, and art collector. She owns the Holy Cards business and website..
> Images from ArchivalArt.com are high quality scans from art collected from around the world. Our physical collection includes over 10,000 pieces, and our online catalog is ever growing. All images are scanned at high resolution for superior quality through our resizing process. Images have been completely unmodified (with the exception of size), to allow you to have the most flexibility in using the image. Images on the website have been modified for viewing at smaller sizes, and have an embedded watermark (the light "archivalart.com" you see on the enlarged images) to avoid image theft. When you purchase an image, it will be at the size and resolution you select, but without sharpening, color adjustment, or the watermark. To maintain the highest quality image, we recommend that you make any changes to the image, including cropping or bit-depth, before using a selective unsharp mask to sharpen the image. If you do not know how to do this, there are easy-to-use freeware programs and plenty of online tutorials to help you. Alternatively, we can do professional image editing for you, including color-correction, imperfection-removal, and sharpening, for a service charge. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or for questions about our products.
> Original artwork for Archival Art is provided by Megan O'Meara, who is available for custom graphic design. Please contact us by e-mail if you would like to get in touch with her.