The word 'giclee' is French, meaning to squirt or spurt, and refers to the spraying of tiny droplets of ink on the medium to create the image.
This is the highest quality method of art reproduction available today. It is the method preferred by serious artists because of its ability to reprioduce the exact colors, details and tonality of the original work, creating a piece of fine art that is virtually identical to the original, and that has great permanence.
The prints are estimatd to remain free from fading for at least 75 years. The life of the print can be extended by putting the prints under UV glass, utilizing, archival matting and framing materials, and displaying them in suitable lighting conditions.
This images are printed using archival Ultrachrome inksets and museum-quality digital inkjet papaer. This is the same process and equipment that the Boston Museum of Fine Arts has chosen to make reproductions of the paintings in their collection.
Sizes xlarge (23"x26") and xxlarge (24"x32").