ABOUT GICLEE PRINTS
- All prints are Made to Order, individually hand finished, proofed and signed by the artist on Fine Art Canvas.
- The prints are guaranteed for 10 years against fading, faulty materials or workmanship.
- Each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.
- We only use quality original Epson inks and quality canvases.
- Prints are posted to you, rolled and packed in mailing tubes. Postage, packing and GST are included in the price for all Australia deliveries.
- Please enquire for shipping costs for shipping costs to countries outside of Australia.
- We can also supply your print mounted onto a stretcher frame and strung ready for hanging.
- Extra Large – 90cm x 60cm (approx) and Ultra Large 120cm x 80cm (approx) are available for selected prints.
What is Giclee?
The “Giclée” process is a current state of the art reproduction process and is recognized as perhaps the finest method of accurately reproducing art works of most types.
Giclée quality reproductions are considerably different to conventional lithographic prints. The “Giclée” process is a current state of the art reproduction process and is recognized as perhaps the finest method of accurately reproducing art works of most types.
The Giclée print renders deep saturated colours and has a beautiful painterly quality that retains minute and subtle tints blends and detail. Perfect for pastels, acrylics, oils and watercolours.
The process commences with the original artwork being photographed and digitally scanned on extremely high-resolution cameras, then colour corrected to match the original as closely as possible.
Many artists can not tell the difference between an original and its reproductions. The original file produced can then be printed out on top quality artist’s canvas or watercolour paper. The prints can be of any size and can have an archival life in excess of 100 years. They are highly resistant to fading or discoloration.
In the USA Giclée prints are providing huge growth in the print market, taking over from the traditional methods [lithographs and screen printing]; especially in the fine art business. It has now become the popular and requested way for artists, galleries and publishers to make reproductions and prints. This has had an effect that the majority of reproductions in the U.S.A. today are done using the Giclée techniques.