Paintings are available either as originals or as a giclée.
Giclée is a technology for fine art reproduction using a high-quality inkjet printer to make individual copies. It is a process that uses a 12 color ink jet printer, acid free papers or canvas and pigment based archival inks. This insures that your prints will never degrade or yellow over time and allows a better longevity.
Giclee printing allows the artist to provide a quality product for their customers that will never fade. Giclee printing tends to hold its colors for far longer than standard prints. In fact, giclee prints are thought to last up to two hundred years before starting to fade. In other words, they are museum-quality prints that are built to last.
Giclée Art Print vs Lithograph Side by side a giclee art print has a better quality than lithographs. This comes from the ability to have one continuous image with every color perfectly matched. Details such as shadows that are often lost in a lithograph remain vibrant with the Giclee process. Giclée fine art reproductions rival original artwork in beauty and detail.