DISCONTINUED Hogarth PICTURE LIGHTS - Fine Art Lighting
Breakthrough LED (light emitting diode) Technology which emits ZERO heat and UV! Until now there has not been a Picture Light on the market that does not emit harmful UV (ultraviolet radiation.) Hogarth have spent 4 years developing an LED that has zero UV emission.
Precision crafted lighting fixture for serious art collectors desiring the best.
By turning the end pieces of the light the illumination can be adjusted to any size of painting up to 60 inches. For larger works, additional lights can be used, or a custom light can be discussed with us.
onto Artists' Easels and Painting Stations too!
4 Finishes to suit most frames and interiors.
24K gold available - price upon request.
Comes ready to hard wire if fitted with a plug for a recess socket behind the painting or can be extended to the nearest plug socket.
Standard: 120V, 60 watts (no transformer required)
These can be linked together as many as desired. Customization of voltage can be done at no charge. Just note request in comment box at check-out.
LED ( light emitting diode ) Our LED bulb emits ZERO UV (ultraviolet light) and ZERO heat and is the ultimate light source for illuminating Fine Art safely.
LED - our led bulb is 30 watts. Bulb life 10 years. At 7 volts uses very low amounts of energy and comes with a transformer ready to hard wire behind the painting or a Battery Option and Hogarths Invisible Wire System
The Battery option comes with 2 battery packs, (one for lighting whilst the other is charging,) and a charging unit. Battery Type: Nickel-Metal-Hydride.
Batteries last 6-8 hours and recharge in 1.5 hours
Invisible Wire System
It is sometimes not possible to cut wires into walls and can be expensive and a disruption.
If you want an alternative to a battery option use our Invisible Wire System
See the installation below.
|Before with no illumination:|
The property was very old and the client did not want to install cables in the walls.
Spot lights would look out of character on the Oak beams.
A trailing wire from the plug socket (showing to the right) would not look good. Another solution was needed - our "Invisible Wire System!"
|The Hogarth Invisible Wire System:|
Easy Installation procedure:
Copper track applied to wall.
Copper track is just 4 thousands inch thick with a non conductive self adhesive backing.
Terminated at the painting and the nearest plug socket - on the right.
Comes with all the kit and a plug in transformer.
Wall re painted with no sign of track
Installation time to fit track and make
all terminations took just 1 hour
Light is our LED Unlacquered Brass
The invisible wiring system includes invisible wiring to run for 18 yards - and comes with a complete pack ready to fit with plug to plug right into any standard wall electrical outlet.
Installation and Adjustment
|Light slides into this bracket|
|Bracket fitted onto back of frame|
or the wall
LED the best choice to safely illuminate Fine Art. Comes as standard ready to hard wire with a transformer to attach behind the painting or a battery Optionor our Invisible Wire System FAQ Windsor Castle, England, for the
Please note: the LED is only 180 Lumen. Not a very bright light, however, safer for valuable Fine Art. This conforms to museum standards (MAX 200 lumen) with our LED just under this at 180 lumen (equivalent to apprx. 30 watts.)
Q: Can you please tell me more about the electrical work involved to install your lights?
A: Our lights comes as standard ready to hard wire behind the painting. This is normally a recessed electrical outlet (clock boxes) or you may have wires hanging out of the wall and if this is the case it is easy to install our lights. You may be happy to attach a longer cable to the nearest wall outlet.
If you do not have recessed outlets a residential electrical contractor could install recessed electrical outlets (clock boxes) behind each painting.
Hogarth have an invisible wire system and a battery option as alternatives.
Q: How does your light fix to the painting?
A: We have a small bracket that is screwed to the frame or the wall, the light slides into this bracket so you can hang your painting and fit the light when it is on the wall.
Q: You say you are offering ï¿½Breakthrough Technologyï¿½, what can you tell me about that?
A: Our technology is truly breakthrough;
Q: What sizes of paintings can you light?
A: Our lights adjust to illuminate from 10 to 60 inches. If you have larger paintings, it is possible to fit extra lights.
Our standard light protrudes from the back of the painting by 13 inches and has a hood length of 10 inches.
95% of paintings ever painted fall within the capability of the Hogarth Light.
Q: You have a very unique bulb. How long will it last?
A: Our LED bulbs last 10 years and run on 7 volts so they are very ecconomical to operate. Halogen bulbs are branded and have a life of 2000 to 3000 hours and are readily available in most electrical shops.
Q: What do I do if I replace a painting in my collection.
A: Simply re adjust the Hogarth Light to suit.
Q: How long is the warranty on the Hogarth Lights?
A: Hogarth Lights come with a one year manufacturer's warranty on the fixture. Certain electrical problems such as surges, lightening etc. can damage the transformer and bulb. In this event, Hogarth will supply new transformers and bulbs at a reasonable cost.
A list of some Hogarth customers:
Wildensein & Co NY
WALT DISNEY IMAGINEERING
The Yellowstone Club. Big Sky, Montana, USA
The University of Texas
Agnews, Bond St. London
Lefevre Gallery ( Impressionist ) Bruton St, London
Raphael Vals, Duke St, London.
Paul Mason Gallery, Sloan St, London.
John Mitchell Gallery, (Old Masters) Bond St, London
Wildenstien, Mayfair, London.
General Hotel Management, Singapore
Shangri La Hotel, Dubai
The "Blue Moon" $50 million Super Yacht
Barber & Surgeons Halls, London
The Medical Society, London
The Ritz Hotel - our unlacqurered lights were chosen to complement the high specification interior of this prestigious London Hotel
Drammbuie Collection, Edinburgh Scotland
Hogarth Pictures Lights, were created from a passion for art. Indulge your passion.
Windsor Castle, England, for the