What is a Giclee Print?
A Giclee (pronounced zhee-clay) print is the highest quality print made. They are signed, numbered, limited edition reproductions printed on actual watercolor paper. They are archival, museum quality images. A giclee print is made by scanning the original painting and forming a digital image that is proofed by the artist. The prints are made by spraying archival inks rated at 99 years at millions of drops per second on watercolor paper.
You’ll think you’re holding the original.