What is a Giclee Print? – A giclee print (pronounced ge-KLAY) is a fine art print made with a high-end inkjet printer. In the giclee printing process the artwork is captured, proofed and printed digitally. These prints are reproduced using incredibly precise printers and archival inks. Giclee prints are quickly being recognized by the world’s leading galleries and museums as the finest reproductions available to date.
Archival Certified fine art papers
285 gsm acid free watercolor paper with a parchment, or pastel fine art paper surface. Especially suits reproductions of oils, watercolor and pastel mediums. A bright natural white finish in color. The printed side of this paper has been specially coated for excellent image sharpness and optimum color graduation. The coating also offers a very high level of water resistance. Perfect for digital fine art reproduction. This paper has a smooth bumpy texture/tooth.
Breathing Color Lyve Fine Art Canvas
19 mil, 450gsm poly-cotton fine art canvas. Archival Certified, OBA-free. With eye-popping color gamut and dmax coupled with critical archival certification, it sets a new standard of exceptionalism in fine art and photographic printmaking. The award-winning Lyve™ Canvas is a 19 mil bright white, consistent poly-cotton blend matte canvas using an acid-free, neutral pH coating. Unlike 99% of available fine art canvas products on the market today for Giclee printing.
GiClees are printed in Limited Editions
Certificate of Authenticity is enclosed
GiClees could be printed in many sizes, please