The splendid traditional style of the Early Renaissance, when combined with Giotto's stunning use of colour and portrait details, makes his work immediately recognisable and particularly charming. Whilst many art prints today are reproductions of modern 20th century art, there is still a significant market for work from the old masters of the Renaissance and Baroque art movements. The religious aspect of much of the work from the Renaissance is another appealing factor to some, where art also carries a moral tale. The main donors during this period where connected to the Church and as such would request paintings along relevant themes. They may also censor elements when deemed inappropriate - such as Michelangelo's Last Judgement where nudity was rejected and the artist forced to make amendments.

Large frames with inlay cards to separate the print from the inside of the frame are most suitable for work of this style. Metallic, possibly with elaborate patterns can really lift a Renaissance artwork. Minimalist frames are always more suited to modern art, be it truly abstract or perhaps Cubist or Post-impressionist. Whatever the movement, print retailers tend to have something to suit any taste although larger frames will incur more expensive shipping costs. One option in this case would be to order the print by itself and get it framed locally. Alternatively, there are also museums and galleries which sell pre-framed prints that may be easier for you to reach. Their selection will tend to be narrower, though, just focusing on their own permanent collections plus perhaps other items that have been recently loaned for an exhibition.

There are over one hundred Giotto paintings that we are currently aware of and any of these can be reproduced as an art print. Another options is to crop an area of a fresco, enabling greater detail of it to be displayed. With many Renaissance paintings being so complex, this can help to single out individual portraits of a larger composition. Michelangelo and Masaccio prints are also amongst the most popular art print reproductions from the various stages of the Renaissance. Some of the former's sculptures have been professionally photographed and these prints add a touch of class to any home. His work in the Sistine Chapel has also been cropped into the various individual frescos, to match you preferred choice.