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L’étude en gris, Affiche

Prix habituel CA$6.95
Prix habituel CA$7.95 Prix promotionnel CA$6.95
13% OFF Épuisé

Politique de retour sous 60 jours · Livraison rapide et gratuite à partir de $99

La peinture ‘L’étude en gris’ d'Emil Carlsen est une nature morte composée d'objets quotidiens tels qu'une bouilloire, un chaudron, une serviette et un vase, tous dans différentes nuances de gris.

  • Œuvre d'art sélectionnée par Opposite Wall
  • Les affiches ne sont pas encadrées
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Expédition et livraison

Nous offrons la LIVRAISON GRATUITE partout au Canada et aux États-Unis avec achat de 99$ et plus

Pour connaître davantage sur notre politique de livraison et de retour ici.

Veuillez noter que ce produit est seulement offert aux clients au Canada et aux États-Unis.

Notre engagement

Nous reversons une partie de nos recettes à One Tree Planted, une initiative environnementale, dont la mission est d'aider à reboiser les terres au Canada et aux États-Unis.

Nos affiches sont imprimées sur du papier FSC non seulement en grande partie recyclé, mais également issu de sources durables et fabriqué par une usine québécoise 

Les cadres et porte-affiches sont faits exclusivement à partir de bois certifié FSC

En savoir plus sur nos affiches

· Nos designs sont modernes et uniques : vous ne les trouverez qu'ici !

· Nos affiches sont fabriquées au Canada. Elles sont imprimées dans le quartier Mile Ex de Montréal sur du papier lisse sans acide de qualité supérieure 216 GSM certifié FSC, provenant d'une usine SFI® au Canada.

· La technologie d'impression numérique avancée permet d'obtenir des couleurs éclatantes.

· Les couleurs peuvent varier légèrement d'un écran à l'autre.

Beautiful Designs,
Artful Spaces

At Opposite Wall, we create art that is nice enough to frame and affordable enough to change your mind. We believe that having a beautiful home, a space you can put your stamp on or just a quiet moment of inspiration shouldn’t come with a price tag you need to save up for.

More than that, we believe that good art should be good for the earth too and we are dedicated to creating art that is environmentally responsible and beautiful.

Our Craftsmanship

You can buy our prints with confidence – purchasing from Opposite wall means you're investing in high quality, sustainable art prints, that are thoughtfully created in our design studios in Montreal, QC.

Impeccably Designed

Each month, our in-house designers delve into a new artistic universe, creating original collections that speak to a vast array of styles. From trend-conscious posters to timeless prints, our ever-growing list of artworks represents the tireless work of a small group of dedicated artists.

Everyone needs art

Explore our diverse art collections to
discover the perfect print to bring home.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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We strive to represent our prints as accurately as possible. However, it's important to understand that due to variations in computer screen settings and lighting, the colors of the actual print may differ slightly from what you see on your screen. Each screen displays colors differently, so the hues in your print might not exactly match what you viewed online. We ensure the quality and vibrancy of every print, but a slight variation in color is a natural aspect of the printing process.

Our prints are meticulously rolled and securely placed inside a sturdy cardboard cylinder to ensure their protection during transit.

Upon receiving your print, we recommend carefully removing it from the cylinder and then gently starting at the perforated line on the sticker. This line is designed to allow the sticker to split cleanly into two halves, making it easier to unwrap the print without damaging it.

• Keep it Flat: Store your print flat, ideally in a protective sleeve or between two pieces of acid-free paper to prevent any creasing or damage. Avoid rolling the print, as this can lead to curled edges and wrinkles.


• Avoid Direct Sunlight: Store the print in a dark place away from direct sunlight. UV rays can fade the colors over time, even if the print is not on display.


• Control the Temperature and Humidity: Keep the print in a cool, dry environment. High humidity can lead to mold or mildew, and extreme temperatures can cause the paper to expand or contract, potentially damaging the print.