A tondo is an image framed inside a circular frame. The name originated in the Early Renaissance (1500s)period of Italy, as a"rotondo" - Italian for round. These paintings were created to fit in mostly hand-carved wooden frames, destined for high society collectors.

This round image format has been created ever since, mostly in photographic images. Modern frames that match them are available from art and framing galleries, at proportionally high prices.

I am offering this hand-crafted round product in a more affordable price range, in four sizes. Each image is digitally printed on canvas with UV inks and coated with a UV varnish. Two edges are available in modern finishes: silver chrome and glossy black.

Click on any product image below to see its particular details. Custom orders accepted. Contacts - below.

13", 17", 25"



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P. Plouchart • 4916 9th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95820 • (916) 870-5138


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