The term Giclée comes from the French word gicler, which means to spray. This type of inkjet printing consists of depositing pigment in the form of small drops, 'spraying' the substrate. The image is printed with a very high degree of detail and can also produce screens, patterns and continuous tone. The result is a very high quality digitised piece, but with the appearance of a manual reproduction that imitates strokes and brushstrokes. It is also known as Fine Art.
Giclee reproductions can be printed on paper or on canvas; in the latter case you have the option of receiving it already mounted on a stretcher frame.
Limited edition of 200 Giclee prints numbered and signed by me on high quality Canson Infinity edition Etching Rag 310 gsm. paper with certificate of authenticity or on Canson PhotoArt ProCanvas Matte 395 canvas with protective varnish and certificate of authenticity.
All the reproductions have a margin of 5 cm all around, in the ones made on paper the margin is white. In the ones made on canvas, the margin will be printed in a tone according to the printed image so that if you prefer to hang it on the wall with only the frame and without a frame, the sides will be coloured.
The colour may vary slightly from the original depending on the device on which it is displayed.
Due to the impossibility of having in stock all the different options of sizes, supports and mounting on stretcher bars, each print will be made to order and shipped within 4-5 working days after payment has been made(add 4-5 more days if mounting on stretcher bars is required).