Giclée Canvas prints
Giclée (French, pronounced 'zhee-clay') canvas prints are created by spraying millions of droplets of ink,
each just 15 microns in diameter (about the size of a red blood cell), on canvas with microscopic
accuracy. Highest quality is achieved by placing 0 to 31 of these droplets per color
in a given pixel or dot, precisely varying the size of the individual pixels that together form the
printed image. Giclée printing is considered to be one of the best Fine Art digital printmaking techniques in the
world, producing longer lasting, higher quality images nearly identical to the original oil painting.
Only certified archival-quality canvas is used that meets even the most exacting museum-level standards.
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