Sometimes customers ask me to reproduce a painting from a well known deceased master, like Van Gogh or Monet. Other times they may have a small painting from an unknown artist that they wish they had in a larger size. Often, my price for reproducing a painting is better than ordering a print of a well known piece. Also, I think most of us agree that a real painting looks much classier than a print. My ability to do this will depend on copyright laws. Here are some examples of reproductions I have done on the right column. The left column has the original for purposes of comparison:
Von Gogh's Starry Night above. Mine to the right in 16" x 20".
Monet's Waterlilies Green Reflections 1914-18 below.
My version to the right - 24 x 30".
Monet's The Sea at Fecamp (1881) below,
and mine to the right in 24" x 30".
Jackson Pollack's Convergence is shown below, and the customer requested that I throw in a few more colors at the end - which is shown in the picture on the right. 24" x 36".
This is an old Oriental painting that the customer wanted enlarged. Shown in 20" x 20" size to the right.