The paper that came with the canvas said to use Watercolor Paper - Radiant White if I was not using an ICC Profile. I guess I thought the ICC would modify the driver so that it would appear under media type. If I am wrong on this then I apologize for wasting time.
I am running it with the Watercolor setting mentioned and the colors are much closer.
I am really confused.
Let's start with the profile.
Your profile is different from mine in name as well as created date.
Do you have the latest driver installed?
The screen snap of the Qimage Job Properties is showing a generic profile which is not used in this scenario. Your #2 Tif
Click on the Blue ball left of PRTR Profile in that Qimage screen and select the correct profile for your paper.
Your #3 Tif shows COLOR CONTROLS selected instead of OFF! This must be set to OFF!
Your #1 image shows a profile that I don't seem to be able to find. and the date is old.
Now here's a question that bugs me.
In all the years that I bought and used Epson paper for my Epson printers, never have I been asked to use a different paper selection from what the actual name of the paper.
In other Words, Epson Premium Luster= Premium Luster.
The only time I get a bulletin packaged in with the paper advising me to use a certain paper selection which is different from the name of the paper would be if the brand of paper was not genuine Epson, or the Epson paper was newer than the driver.
So you should have a look! If you indeed have Epson Canvas matte, or exhibition canvas matte, you need to update the driver, find the matching paper selection, and also the matching profile.
By all means, Turn Off Color Controls in the driver. !!
Let's go with baby steps..... Set the driver first.