What is a "giclee" print?
Giclee (pronounced "zheeclay") is a French word meaning, "fine spray". It is a computer generated print that is produced by the spraying of an image on to canvas.
The canvas that is used is specially prepared to accept this type of printing and is archival quality (i.e., acid-free, so that it will not discolor). As with other fine art printing processes, the artist approves "proofs" of the art print to insure that the right tone, depth and color is produced.
The visual quality of the print is extremely high and the color saturation and definition stunning. A Giclee has the look and feel of an original painting.
Our Giclee's are Roland Giclee prints made on stretched Rexam canvas with Roland Pigmented archival inks. These fine art prints should be treated like any other work of art on canvas and kept out of direct sunlight. The framing of a Giclee on canvas is the same as an original oil or acrylic painting requiring no matting or glass.
Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Prints can be purchased
through our online store, or by sending a check or money order in US
Please indicate the print(s) you are ording and the quantity. Orders accompanied by a money order will be shipped immiediatly upon receipt. Orders accompanied by check will be shipped as soon as funds are cleared.
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