Giclée printing is a method of printing that’s often seen in the production of fine art prints. The word Giclée (pronounced "gee-clay") was originally coined by French printmaker Jack Duganne and is based on the French verb gicler, which means "to squirt or spray”. The printing process involves squirting microscopic dots of specialist pigment ink onto archival quality, acid free papers using sophisticated, high end inkjet printers. The end result is a Gallery quality print with the accuracy, intensity, range, and prosperity of colour comparable to that of the original painting.
All our prints are supplied by Giclée UK. They specialise in producing high quality, archival prints – combing the very best modern techniques, equipment and materials with the highest standards of traditional proofing and colour management. Working from an Artist approved proof, they create and maintain a master production file to ensure all our prints are of the highest quality.
Through our collaboration with the Artist, we have unrivalled access to their back catalogue of work. Each image on the site is hand-picked by the Artist based on what he believes will make a great print. We also like to have variety in the pieces we offer and our aim is to add new work to the site on a regular basis to help ensure that what we're providing is a good representation of the Artist.
Each image that makes it into our Collection will be a limited edition and every print comes with a certificate of authenticity, signed by the printer and the publisher.
All of our prints are published in a small, limited edition of 80.