GICLEE PRINTS ON ARCHIVAL MUSEUM QUALITY COATED CANVAS*Supplied as an unmounted canvas print with approx 40mm border.
Hahnemuhle Goya Canvas – 340 gsm, poly-cotton, natural white, satin-finish coated. Acid free ao OBAs guarantee archival standards. The brilliant satin-finish coating does not require varnishing after printing.
GICLEE PRINTS ON ARCHIVAL MUSEUM QUALITY PAPER*supplied as an unmounted paper print with approx. 30mm border.
Hahnemuhle German Etching 310 gsm. Velvety smooth with a fine surface texture, proving to be very popular with watercolour artists as well as for Giclee prints and photography reproductions. Acid free, Calcium Carbonate buffered, archival museum grade.
Authenticity certificate of prints supplied on request
Lightfast ratings 100 years plus for prints
About Giclee Prints
Using true museum grade fine art paper and premium grade artists’ Goya canvas your giclée prints are produced on real fine art digital inkjet printers using archival pigment inks with lightfastness ratings of over 100 years.
How long does delivery take?
Signed, limited edition prints may take up to 10 working days.
Each order will arrive separately.
100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE
We are committed to quality products and your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you may contact us, pay freight back to us and return it within 30 days of receipt and receive a free replacement.
WHAT IS A GICLEE PRINT
The art of fine art printing has become even more precise with the advent of the revolutionary Giclee (ghee-clay) printing process. A giclee print is as rewarding visually as it is technically amazing. For brilliant, exquisite color and razor sharp detail is unsurpassed. This type of art reproduction is quickly becoming the new standard in the art industry, and is widely embraced for its quality by major museums, galleries, publishers, and artists. A Giclee Print is simply the closest duplication of an original artwork that is humanly, mechanically, or technically possible.
The cornerstone of this process is enhanced digital ink jet printing. The printers are specifically designed for the rigorous and precise criteria of fine art collectors and connoisseurs of museum quality, limited edition prints.
The word Giclee itself is French, and means spurt or squirt, in this case meaning, “spray of ink”. Once completed an image is comprised of literally billions of droplets of ink. The latest Giclee Printing Technology enhanced the standard 4-color process to an 8-color process.
The resulting print has no perceptible dot pattern, an endless array of richly saturated color, and every nuance of the original image. The most archival, water based lightfast inks available in the world are used. The latest inks offer a 150 year light-fastness and UV-resistance under museum archival condition.
Beyond this description, a Giclee Print simply must be seen to be fully appreciated. Fine Art Galleries across countries are warmly receiving GICLEE.
Giclee prints have an impressive exhibition record. They have been shown in museums and galleries throughout the world.
A few examples are:
The Metropolitan Museum of New York, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art,National Museum of Art, The British Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Washington Post Collection,
The Corcoran Gallery, and the San Francisco Museum of Art (doubleexposureart.com)