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The process itself is referred to as Giclee printing. Giclee (pronounced “zhee-clay”) is French for “fine spray” as millions of colour droplets are used to saturate the canvas via thermal jets (ink-jets). This sophisticated digital technology offers exacting and precise, quality reproduction without the use of film or printing plates. Giclee printers have the widest colour gamut available to capture and emulate bright vibrant hues as well as subtle tonality and transition. They are done with very special colour-fast inks. They provide image quality with the archival standards demanded by the fine art industry. Giclees are produced one at a time on high quality canvas, and depending on their size each piece can take up to one hour or more to be created.
All images are numbered (up to 100), signed and dated by Jeremy Hall – generally in the lower right hand corner so as not to impede the image display. Buy Giclee Prints displayed based upon standard sizes of 600 – 700 sq. inches (approx. 2 ft. x 2 ft. to slightly larger), plus a 4 inch clear border. Width and height may vary depending on the image format (square or oblong) to meet the 600 – 700 sq. inch standard size.
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