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In essence, the Color Rendering Index, or CRI, is an objective analysis of an artificial light source’s ability to accurately reproduce a full spectrum of colors relative to how they appear under a natural light source (most commonly, sunlight often referred to as “natural daylight”)*.
It might be helpful to begin with a brief review on how color works . . .
After you’ve made an investment in a piece of artwork (painting, picture, tapestry, etc.) you’ll want to ensure it’s properly displayed. It’s not uncommon for us to receive calls from customers disappointed with the presentation of the artwork in their home relative to what they had experienced in the gallery. The difference is all in the lighting and LEDs are the perfect companion to this presentation.Read now