Giclée is a limited edition fine art print produced with continuous tone ink-jet technology on a variety of media. Giclée is a new medium for artists and photographers because of its unparalleled quality, and longevity.

Producing a Giclée print is a slow and meticulous process, which requires the eye of an artist and skill of a technician to create museum quality prints. The technology calls for special equipment and techniques to obtain the best color accuracy, sharpness, continuous color tone and artistic interpretation available in fine art prints. 
Giclée prints are widely accepted at museums and galleries in the United States and abroad. 

These include: the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), the Guggenheim (New York), The Museum of Fine Art (Boston), The Philadelphia Museum, and The Smithsonian Institute. 
The Giclée Printers Association (G.P.A) upholds the standards for Giclée.

Our Giclee prints are being done from existing originals by a third party supplier. Call for details and pricing. (contact)

 
 

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