About Giclée prints

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Many artists now use this high quality method of reproducing their works into limited edition prints, on paper, or canvas (pronounced gee-clay). Giclée is French and translates as meaning "sprayed ink".

Giclée prints are museum quality reproductions of original art from traditional media, by means of a high quality printer using advanced pigment ink technology. Usually printed onto archival (acid free) fine art paper or canvas.

Typically between 4 and 12 colour process is used to represent the finest colour balance from the original work, which is professionally photographed, or scanned, and meticulously proofed with the artist.

Rich colour saturation, fine detail and longevity are benefits of Giclée printing, making it popular with artists and art collectors.

The works reproduced by the artists we represent only use the highest quality materials and limit their output, to a numbered 'edition' available of each image, are countersigned, and numbered, and come with a certificate of authenticity, and are supplied directly from the artist.

Unauthorised reproductions have no value amongst art collectors.

Prints on Canvas are presented on high quality stretchers. Archival quality framing on paper prints is recommended for the best protection of any work on paper to extend its life.

Please contact us for more information on any of the listed Giclée prints available.