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The stretcher serves as the basis for stretching the canvas. Subframes are of 2 types: modular (prefabricated, wedge) and deaf.
Modular (prefabricated, wedge) subframes can be bought in almost all art stores. They are sold in racks of 2 pieces (in increments of 5 cm in length) and cost a little more than deaf subframes.
Modular subframes have a huge advantage – their angles are not rigidly fixed and when the picture is sagging, the problem can be easily and quickly fixed at home – you just need to knock out the wedges (Figure No. 6). This must be done very carefully so as not to spoil the canvas with a hammer and not to drag it.
In deaf subframes, the corners are rigidly connected and if the canvas sags, it will have to be pulled. The Continue reading