What are Museum Art Masterpieces?

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It’s always in good form to make a genuine effort to acknowledge clients and colleagues during the holidays, on special occasions, or just to congratulate them on a job remarkably well done.  Quite often, a finely crafted greeting card encompasses all the elements necessary to convey your message in an attractive and thoughtful manner.  However, there are certain instances when you may wish to push the envelope so to say and venture in a slightly different direction.  It may be the case that you wish to mark a particularly special occasion, or that your recipients possess refined, discriminating taste and have an undeniable passion for the arts.  If so, then feel free to take a long, appreciative look at Museum Art Masterpieces.

Museum Art Masterpieces are just what their name implies.  Nestled behind an elegantly embossed front cover printed with an occasion-appropriate greeting and your organization’s name proudly stamped in vibrant gold foil is a 9” by 12” reproduction of a timeless, influential, and evocative piece of art created by a true, recognized master.  Works from some of history’s greatest artists are available in the Museum Art Masterpiece collection, and these reproductions are double matted and mounted so your clients and colleagues can gladly frame and display their unique and generous gift for all to see.  For those who have everything, give them something that they can never have.  Maybe owning one of these actual works of art is an impossibility, but the opportunity to view a beautiful reproduction every day can elicit a serenity, an appreciation, a sense of awe that is just as real as the feeling evoked by the genuine article.

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Desiree February 3, 2016 at 12:07 pm

I ordered these not realizing just how spectacular they are. I was beyond impressed! They really are works of art.

Leann February 8, 2016 at 9:45 am

These are pretty. I love Van Gogh. Going to look into purchasing to send to some of my clients.

Anne Schaeffer February 8, 2016 at 4:08 pm

These are lovely prints. Sounds like a nice present that is inexpensive.

Inez June 29, 2016 at 7:45 am

I wished they offered an assortment box of these because I just want to hang them all in my home!

Janie J. September 15, 2016 at 11:05 am

I like the fine art note cards assortment box. I took a couple of art classes in college and Impressionism is my favorite art genre. Many of the artists featured are from that period.

Connie March 24, 2017 at 10:56 am

A card and a gift all in one!

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