Glen Loates is a self-taught artist whose professional career began at the age of 11, when he designed the Canadian Cancer Society's daffodil and won the Royal Philatelic Award for Canada's first full-colour postage stamp, the "Gray Jay".
He is the first Canadian artist to be represented at the White House when he presented President Reagan, his painting "The Bald Eagle" in the oval office. His Royal Highness Prince Philip, and The Duke of Edinburgh are amongst many of the high profile private collectors of Glen's work.
Glen's work was exhibited at many prominent museums, such as The Royal Ontario Museum, The Alexander Koenig Museum, and The British Museum, to name a few.
Museum quality print that is faithful to the artistas original work.
Paper that will last a lifetime.
We use industry leading printers that provide the highest quality prints possible.
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Choose one of three edge options. A mirrored wrap provides an illusion that the work was painted along the edge of the canvas. The white edge finish offers a more traditional effect, leaving the edge untouched and our black option frames the work well, allowing a strong accent along the piece - almost like a shadow effect.
We use one of the largest, most-respected giclée printing companies in the world with over 40 years of experience producing museum-quality prints. All of our prints are produced on state-of-the-art, professional-grade Epson printers. We use acid-free canvas with archival inks to guarantee that your print will last a lifetime.