What is a giclée?

The terms "Giclée", "Giclée Fine Art" or "Fine Art Print" are usually used if works of art that are reproduced by photographing or scanning and printed with inkjet printers on quality paper with color-resistant ink.

The resolution of the file from the camera or scanner should be at least 300 dpi.

For the printouts we use a Canon PRO-10 S that with its pigment-based ink provides accurate, stable and durable prints of gallery quality with a resolution of a maximum of 4800 dpi. The printer uses Canon's 10-color LUCIA ink that combines the shine and vivid colors of the dye-based ink with the durability of the pigment-based ink.

The print is done on paper from German paper manufacturer Hahnemühle, which has been making paper since 1584. We are stuck for their paper William Turner, which is a 310 gram matte watercolor paper with a distinctive structure that gives further life to the pressure.  Canon ink LUCIA in combination with this paper guarantees durability for 75 – 100 years without significantly changing color.

The prints are made in a limited series, and each print is controlled and signed by the artist and is individually numbered. We have full control over the process and are content with nothing less than that the printout fully reflects the qualities of the original.  

Our quality prints can be purchased completely unassembled or framed with passepartout and a narrow frame. The image is protected by reflective glass of type Artglass AR 70™ This glass is invisible at normal viewing angle.