Our archival pigment fine art prints are gallery wrapped, stretched and ready to hang.
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What is an Archival Pigment Fine Art Print or Giclee?
Giclee is a French word that literally means “to spray” and refers to the process and also the finished product. It is a high-resolution form of ink-jet printing that is created from a digital scan of the original art work. This new technology is preferred by artists, due to the excellent color match. At up to 1800 dots per inch, giclees have the highest resolution available in prints to date. The large printers use archival inks on canvas or paper to create a continuous tone process that shows every detail and tonal nuance ~ a beautiful work of art that is also limited and affordable!