What Makes a Giclée the Best Art Print?
Unlike a poster or a screen print, giclées take fine art reproduction to a whole new level.
Giclée (pronounced gee-clay) comes from the French word gicleur, meaning a jet or nozzle used to spray ink. Giclées are a superior reproduction method to standard ink jet printing, as they are the closest possible representation of the original painting.
Our giclées are printed on moab entrada bright white museum quality archival paper made of 100% cotton with a slightly textured surface. They are also printed with archival-certified inks which capture every detail of the original piece, and produce fine art giclées that can last a lifetime with proper care.