Giclée Prints

Recognising that not everyone can afford original works of art, I have had most of my paintings scanned so that they can be reproduced. I can now offer certified limited edition prints on stretched canvas or on rag paper for a fraction of the price of the original.

The term giclée originated in 1991 with the intention of distinguishing “fine art prints” created with digital output, from those for non-art or commercial purposes. Canvas giclées are printed on high quality, acid-free polyester/cotton canvas and are sealed with a non-yellowing, protective varnish. Paper giclées are printed on Concord Fine Art rag paper made from 100% cotton. It is a fiber-mold-made paper that is PH-neutral, acid-free and lignin-free, with no optical brighteners. The inks used on both types of prints are pigmented and are water-resistant and archival. Print permanence testing concluded that the print life will exceed 120 years.

Prints can be ordered on-line and will be sent by mail rolled in a tube. Canvas prints will need to be stretched for framing. All prints come with a signed, numbered certificate. Copyright is reserved.




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