Like many areas of the fine-art world, some mystery has been attached
to the term "Giclee".
The word Giclée is a French word meaning 'to squirt', which
is what an inkjet printer does.
The process is digital printmaking that uses minute droplets of
ink to create prints
that cannot be duplicated by other printing techniques.
Because there is no visible dot screen pattern the resulting image
has all of the subtle tonalities
of the original art. Each dot may have over 4 billion possible
This produces exceptional museum quality prints on this paper 120 years based on accelerated testing
Printed with newest Giclee digital technology approve by European
Museums and Collectors Association.
Actual print stability will vary according to image, display conditions,
light intensity, and humidity conditions.
Done well, these prints are hard to distinguish from original
Original art executed in watercolor, pastel, pen and ink, pencil,
and most photographic processes are candidates for fine art duplication.
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Hubert Biberger 250-743