What is a giclee print?

A giclee (pronounced gee-clay) print is a copy of artwork that features no visible dot screen pattern -- the copy has all the colors and tones of the original.

The printing device works somewhat like an inkjet printer, but is much larger--they use special light-fast inks that, if stored properly, will last for many years.

Giclee prints can be made on many types of paper, including canvas. Artists tend to match the prints with the type of stock that they used for their original work as closely as possible.

Contact Kay directly for more information on giclee printing.



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