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GICLÉE EXPLAINED


Giclée reproductions, (pronounced 'zhee-clay'), were originally developed as a digital method of fine art printing in 1989.

Giclée is a French word meaning 'to spray on' or 'to spray ink.' This is an advanced method of creating museum quality fine art prints and uses a high-end ink jet printer with archival papers and inks.

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