Giclée printmaking offers one of the highest degrees of accuracy and richness of color available in any reproductions technique. Giclée printmaking provides a luminosity and brilliance that represents the artist's original work better than any reproduction technique available today.
What is a giclee?
Giclée (pronounced "zhee-clay") is a French word meaning "a spraying of ink.” With the advent of giclée, the art of reproducing fine art has become even more precise. Giclées have the highest apparent resolution available today -- as high as 1,800 dots per inch. In addition, since no screens are used, the prints have a higher apparent resolution than lithographs and a color range that exceeds that of serigraphy. Displaying a full color spectrum, giclée prints capture every nuance of an original and have gained wide acceptance from artists and galleries throughout the world.
The patented printing technology utilizes microscopically fine droplets of ink to form the image. A print can consist of nearly 20 billion ink droplets. The microscopic droplets of ink vary in sizes (approximately the size of a red blood cell) and density. This unique patented feature produces a near continuous tone image, smoother gradation between tones, and a more finely differentiated color palette.
Applies to all Limited Edition prints:
Method of reproduction: Giclee print
Printer: Epson digigraph printer by Jerusalem Fine art Prints
Medium: Acid free paper ( frame not included) or canvas (stretching required)
Inks: Archival pigment-based inks of museum quality.
Sizes: measurements include 5cm border around the image.
Packaging: Tube including certificate of authenticity.
FREE postage and packaging to all countries.
(2-3 weeks delivery time)