Woodstock, IL--September 22, 2008--The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, is a preeminent art institution, housing and preserving its encyclopaedic collection with a mission to serve a wide variety of people through direct encounters with art.
In order to reproduce the objects in its collections with integrity, MFA Boston's Digital Image Resources Department has created a strategic partnership with Hahnemuhle to maximize their respective expertise in the areas of digital image capture and fine art digital media technology.
Debra LaKind, Head of Digital Image Resources at the MFA, states "For over five years, the Imaging Studio at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston has reproduced works of art in the museum's collections with state-of- the-art digital capture and professional inkjet printers.
"Our testing has shown that Hahnemuhle's product line is unsurpassed for making the highest quality and longest lasting replica prints. Hahnemuhle's variety of paper textures and finishes as well as their range of fine art canvases provide an optimal medium for each work of art we reproduce. No other manufacturer of fine art inkjet media offers the same degree of choice."
To learn more or to purchase an MFA Archival Replica on Hahnemuhle FineArt paper or canvas, go to www.mfa.org/.