What is a Giclée?
A Giclée (zhee-clay) is a printing process using high-quality digital files, archival-grade pigments and acid free media resulting in a fade-free image.
How does a Fine Art Giclee differ from a traditional art print?
Giclée art printing achieves its quality from its seemingly “dot-less” imaging technology that varies from traditional fine art printing which typically relies on screen pattern dots to reproduce full-range color halftones. The Giclée process enables reproduction on virtually the same media as the original artwork whether it’s canvas, textured watercolor paper, or specialty fine art papers.
I’ve heard that reproductions fade over time, what about Giclée prints?
Archival-grade Giclée fine art reproductions are recognized as “the next best thing” to owning the original artwork. Wilhelm Imaging Research archival ratings have been provided to the public about fade-free display-life for many processes and materials used in Giclée printmaking. Our Giclée prints have an archival rating of greater than 100 years.
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