About the Prints
All paintings are available as Giclée
prints of the highest standard on traditional acid free
paper, signed by the artist, numbered and limited to 500
copies worldwide - with the exception of a few prints which
are available as lithographs - the number of editions for
these may be different. Where this is the case it is clearly
All prints can be mounted and framed similar
to an original work of art. The Giclée prints are
individually copied for each customer and make owning an
expensive work of art affordable.
These high quality prints are printed to
stand the test of time using the latest technologies and
finest archival materials in a process which is strictly
quality controlled by the Fine Art Trade Guild. Further
details on the Guild standards can be found at www.fineart.co.uk
What is Giclée?
Giclée (pronounced Jee Clay) is
derived from the French for "little squirt", which
relates to the process of squirting extremely fine droplets
of ink onto heavy watercolour papers or artist canvas.
The technology behind this printing revolution
is a combination of very high quality art scanning techniques,
specialised digital printers, along with archival inks and
acid free art papers.
A digital printed image is much finer than
Light fast inks give trusted archival stability.