Through a network of galleries, dealers and clients, we have a huge database of secondary market prints that are sold out from the publishing companies...we can source out sold out limited edition prints...including sold out Michael Godard titles...saving you time and money.
A GICLEE (pronounced ZHEE-clay) comes from the French term for "fine spray". A giclee print is created with digital printers using four tiny ink jets that spray more than 4 million microscopic water-based colored ink droplets per second onto a sheet of fine art paper or a canvas, spinning on a drum at the rate of 250 inches per second.
Precise computer calculations control these ink jets to produce over 500 shades of dense, water-based ink. A computer directly scans an artist's original work to control the jets - no printing film or plates or used. The final product is a superior, lush, vibrant, near original quality, textured art print; one that has the feel of a watercolor, and the look of an original lithograph. A Giclee has more long-term value and is the highest quality fine art reproduction available.