Your favourite masterpieces as digitally printed wallpapers.
Andrew Martin has been granted permission under license to re-produce any of the paintings that the National Gallery holds in its permanent collection. The National Gallery collection offers you the chance to cover the walls of your own home with your favourite painting; a Caneletto, Monet or Leonardo, whichever it may be.
Through our licence with the National Gallery, if you want Michelangelo to design your wallpaper, we can do itMartin Waller, Founder and Creative Director
Choose your painting
Choose which painting you would like to re-produce as a digitally printed wallpaper from The National Gallery archive
Measure your wall
Measure the height and width of the wall that you would like to cover using a tape measure. (Please double check your measurements!)
Send us the details
Send us your name and phone number with the name and NG reference of the painting and dimensions of your wall using the form below
(You will be taken to the The National Gallery website to browse their paintings)
For any irregular wall spaces (e.g. one with doors and windows), please provide a diagram with all measurements clearly indicated and email this to firstname.lastname@example.org including the above details. We will then contact you with further information.
Your order will be printed on a durable vinyl wall covering. The image will be spread over the necessary number of drops (120cm wide) and supplied to the site with full hanging instructions. A visual proof prior to printing can be provided to ensure everything is correct.
We can also quote for and organise installation by our expert fitter in the UK.
The wallcovering is a non-woven, paste the wall product. It meets EN 13501-1:2007, and class O and class 1 fire ratings. The inks used are colourfast and the paper can be wiped clean with a damp sponge. It is suitable for domestic and contract use worldwide.
*Please note that any paintings without an NG reference code will be a loan item and therefore unavailable for reproduction.