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Art Rental

Art Rentals from the Stonebreaker Fine Art Gallery

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All of our artwork is available to rent from the Gallery. Choose the art you like and you’ll quickly be living, working, and enjoying beautiful paintings surrounding you. It will change your life.

If you are just starting your collection or you would like to rotate your artwork every few months, this is a great way to accomplish this.

Our rental process distinguishes itself in three important ways:

1.) We offer and rent Limited Edition and Open Edition affordable giclée prints rather than expensive originals.

2.) We feature beautiful artwork from many parts of the United States, Mexico, Bali, and Canada. We feature realism, modernism, impressionism, abstract, Native American, and wildlife artwork. Our rental program gives you direct access to affordable fine art without the burden of paying off an expensive original piece of artwork. 

3.) You can choose the size to fit the space you have. We can custom fit any space you have, from 11x14 up to 40x60 in stretched canvas or framed artwork, your choice.

Rent To Own or Rotate and Renew

Within months the artwork will become yours forever, if you choose. Seventy-five percent (75%) of the rental fees can be applied to the purchase of your artwork. Another great option, you can change out your artwork collection on a regular frequency to keep it fresh and satisfy your personal viewing.

Artwork may be purchased at any time or rotated and renewed at the conclusion of any three month rental period.

Choose the Size You Want

When you decide on the artwork you want, you can choose from many sizes to fit most any space or area you have in mind. From 11x14 to 40x60 in framed or stretched canvas.

The rental fee is based on the Gallery listed price of each piece of artwork. The rental period is for a three months renewable installation. Seventy-five percent (75%) of the rental fee paid for each piece is credited towards the purchase of that artwork.

Corporate and Business Clients

For our corporate clients, we offer free on-site consulting services. We will bring our portfolios to your workplace for you to decide. You can choose the artwork you want, the matting colors for each painting, and select from our many styles of frames to match your décor and tastes.

Tax Information

Art displayed in your workplace cannot be depreciated, but rent payments may be expensed. Instead of sending more dollars to the IRS, utilize this capital and let the tax laws and government help you build your art collection.

Professional and Personalized Client Services

Our Customer Service is outstanding, knowledgeable, and friendly.

We offer discounts for quantity, extended lease periods, rotating gallery contracts, and “to the trade”.

We offer rental art for Weddings, Staging’s, Bar Mitzvahs, and Film Productions.

Contact me anytime. Let’s sit down and talk about your artwork needs.

Bill Stonebreaker, Gallery Founder and Owner

Cell: 201-965-8287

Download The Art Rental Price List

About Giclée Prints

Giclée prints are used by the Musée d'Orsay and Musée du Louvre in Paris, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and all major museums around the world. Why is this so? When these museums loan their collections around the world, they will replace the original with a giclée print and note this to visitors. Museums now have a flawless reproduction available if the original is lost or stolen, which occasionally does happen to artwork. The giclée print quality and reproduction capability is remarkable. It is very difficult to distinguish a giclée print from the original painting.

About The Giclée Process

A giclée is an advanced printmaking technology where images are generated from high resolution digital scans. Only recently has this technology been available. Giclée prints are printed with archival inks onto archival fine art paper or stretched canvas.

Giclée’s have been bought and sold in prestigious auctions worldwide. Their selling prices have been in the tens of thousands of dollars. Limited Edition Giclée’s have a strong history of increasing in value, the same as original artwork.