is a French word meaning, "to spray".
Giclée printing made its debut in 1985 and
incorporates the technology of digital printing,
whereby microscopic ink droplets are precisely
positioned onto a surface. Giclée prints
offer incredible saturation, depth of color and
have the highest apparent resolution available
today, giving a beautifully finished print that
captures the essence of the artist's intent. These
giclee prints use Epson UltraChrome Ink and rag
acid -free watercolour paper made for Epson. Preliminary
data from Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc. indicates
that for this combination of materials the lightfastness
will be rated up to 100 years under glass. Many
contemporary and influential artists have adopted
this new, high-quality printing technique and it
is accepted in museums and galleries world-wide.
Limited Edition Signed Giclee Prints are sent
unframed on acid free backing with plastic cover.
Prints are also available in larger sizes if custom