Fine Art Gallery Giclées

What is a Giclée?

"Giclee" means fine-art ink jet print. The term was coined to differentiate fine art prints from commercial proofs made from similar equipment. Giclee prints have the different colors of ink mix on the surface of the paper, so the colors are bright and uniform, even when examined close up. Our giclee printers use 8 colors of ink (cyan, light cyan, magenta, light magenta, yellow, black, light black, and light light black), so we are able to produce a wider spectrum of color than a traditional print.

The Giclee printing process produces a fine stream of ink to create a vivid, pure color reproduction with exceptional detail that is suitable for fine art gallery or museum display.

We use the best large-format printers, fine art canvas or museum quality paper, and archival quality inks for the production of our giclees. All of our fine-art giclee prints (both paper and canvas giclees) are printed on industry leading large-format printers that deliver a level of quality that is unsurpassed. These exceptional printers produce full color giclee prints that are sometimes very hard to distinguish from the original art work!

Our original art image is created digitally on state of the art computers at the highest resolution so you can be assured of the highest quality giclée print results. Color matching is done through the best available production software to provide collectors the highest quality limited edition fine art giclee possible.

Learn more about our Limited Editions here.