The Battle of Waterloo

Jan Willem Pieneman
Article nr
VI046CAP
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This reproduction on canvas of The Battle of Waterloo by Jan Willem Pieneman is made with the greatest possible care to ensure that the colours are very close to the original painting that is hanging in the Rijksmuseum. All reproductions are handmade in our studio in Amsterdam.
This reproduction on canvas of The Battle of Waterloo by Jan Willem Pieneman is made with the greatest possible care to ensure that the colours are very close to the original painting that is exhibited in the Rijksmuseum. All reproductions are handmade in our studio in Amsterdam.

Gallery wrap 2 cm: See here how we varnish, stretch and handcraft our Dutch Art Giclée Canvas Reproduction with a 2 cm Gallery wrap. This Giclée canvas print of The Battle of Waterloo by Jan Willem Pieneman is stretched by hand on two centimetres thick wooden stretcher bars. The term "gallery wrap" refers to an image that appears on the sides of the stretcher bars as well as the front.
This reproduction on canvas of The Battle of Waterloo by Jan Willem Pieneman is made with the greatest possible care to ensure that the colours are very close to the original painting that is located in the Rijksmuseum. All reproductions are handmade in our studio in Amsterdam.

Gallery wrap 4.5 cm: See here how we varnish, stretch and handcraft our Dutch Art Giclée Canvas Reproduction with a 4.5 cm Gallery wrap. This Giclée canvas print of The Battle of Waterloo by Jan Willem Pieneman is stretched by hand on 4.5 centimetres thick wooden stretcher bars. The term "gallery wrap" refers to an image that appears on the sides of the stretcher bars as well as the front. This canvas hangs strong and bold on your wall and does not need a frame.
This reproduction on canvas of The Battle of Waterloo by Jan Willem Pieneman is made with the greatest possible care to ensure that the colours are very close to the original painting that is hanging in the Rijksmuseum. All reproductions are handmade in our studio in Amsterdam.

Classic with nails: See here how we varnish, stretch and handcraft a Dutch Art Giclée Canvas Reproduction in our unique style classic with nails. After stretching the Giclée canvas print on 2 cm thick stretcher bars, we finish the sides of this reproduction of The Battle of Waterloo by Jan Willem Pieneman in a traditional way; we use custom-made nails and hammer them in by hand for that old fashioned look.


Giclée printing: Our reproductions are printed on museum-quality canvas of 380g. We use a Giclée print technique that guarantees over 100 years of colour permanence. The HDR inks are sprayed on the canvas layer by layer, with 800 nozzles per colour x 10 channels for a total of 8000 nozzles.

Varnish: We then apply several coats of varnish by hand to make the colours come to life and to protect against moisture and UV light. The canvas is stretched by hand on stretcher bars made with timber from sustainable forestry.

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The Battle of Waterloo

This reproduction on canvas of The Battle of Waterloo by Jan Willem Pieneman is made with the greatest possible care to ensure that the colours are very close to the original painting that is hanging in the Rijksmuseum. Here the Duke of Wellington is receiving the message that Prussian forces are coming to his aid. Wellington, commander of the Anglo-Dutch troops, is the central figure in this group portrait of the major players at Waterloo. Lying wounded on a stretcher in the left foreground is the Dutch Crown Prince, later King William II. Originally intended for Wellington, the painting remained in the Netherlands thanks to William I who bought the picture for his son.

Jan Willem Pieneman (1779-1853), The Battle of Waterloo 1824, Oil on canvas, 567x823cm, Collection Rijksmuseum.