What Is A Giclée Art Print?
Giclée prints, or archival pigment prints, are fine art prints produced using specialist archival pigment inks and high quality, acid-free archival paper. The word “Giclée” is derived from the French verb “gicler”, which means to squirt or to spray, perfectly describing the way in which the printer nozzle applies the inks to the paper. If properly cared for, the vividness of the colour in Giclée prints has been shown to last for over 200 years.
How Do I Care For My Giclée Print?
To increase the longevity of your print, please do not display it in direct sunlight. Care must also be taken to ensure that the prints don’t come into contact with material that is not acid free as this will cause leaching into the print.
Can I Order The Print In Other Sizes?
If you would like the print in a size other than A4 then please contact me to discuss other available options.
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