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Embellished Limited Edition Giclée Print on Canvas
These are Limited Original giclée on canvas. Each piece is created as the original, using the highest quality pigmented inks and canvas. Designed to last over 200 years, under normal lighting conditions. Steve then paints on each piece in acrylic, in some cases changing colors in areas, shifting highlights or adding small unique details and brush texturing with the same attention to detail as on his original paintings. Steve then personally signs, numbers and inspects each limited original to make certain every one meets his high standard of excellence. These limited giclées are considered originals because no two are embellished in the exact same brushstrokes. Ready to hang. Your print is part of a small highly collectible run of only seventy-four embellished, signed and numbered edition ever released. The artist limits each edition to insure every piece remains valuable. Steve hand Embellished giclées on canvas are truly Limited Originals.
Limited Edition Giclée on Canvas.
Gallery wrapped canvas prints offer a stylish, alternative to traditional framing with matts and glass. At Canvas Giclee Printing we gallery wrap canvas prints to create high quality, with exceptional fit and finish.
Limited Edition Giclée on Fine Art Papers
What is a Giclée print and why is it the best?
Giclée printing is a process that uses fade-resistant, archival inks and archival substrates to print on large format printers.
What makes a Giclee?
1) Any image that is to be printed as a giclee needs to be created at a resolution of no less than 300 dots per inch (DPI). In the case of a photo or conventional artwork reproduction, that means that the camera or scanner used to capture the image or scan the artwork must be able to do so at 300 DPI.
2) For giclee printing, the paper or substrate used to actually print the final piece must be of archival quality. Any professional series paper will probably indicate if it is archival quality on the box. Typically it will say it is acid free and consists of a 100 per cent cotton or rag base.
3) The last element in a true giclee print is the type of ink and printer used. The biggest contrast between a standard inkjet print and a giclee print is that giclees are printed using pigment-based inks rather than the dye-based inks found in lower-cost inkjets.
Pigment-based inks have a longer lifespan, and can last anywhere from 100 to 200 years without significant fading. The type of printer used to create giclees is usually a larger format model that specifically uses pigment-based inks and will hold around eight to 12 different colour ink cartridges. The more inks used, the more sophisticated the colour range available on final output.