About Giclée Printing
The term (pronounced “jhee-clay”) refers to a high quality printing technology. Images are produced using archival quality inks on to fine art museum quality paper. producing an Archival Pigment Print. The term ‘pigment’ signifies that the print is produced using an archival ink. To make a truly archival quality print, pigment inks must be used on archival digital printing papers.
Each print is of exceptional archival quality and lightfastness and is printed onto what are considered internationally to be the best Digital Fine Art Papers on the market today.
Each Print is signed and numbered individually by the artist. The edition is 50.
The 2011 Collection prints are available unframed and framed. All editions are printed on haunamaule paper, with generous borders for matting.
The Collection is derived from the highest resolution digital scans of original masterpieces.
Printers ensure that the artist’s original intent is captured and preserved by using the finest archival materials available.
Limited Editions are numbered up to 50 and accompanied by an artist signed certificate.