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Giclée Art Print vs Lithograph

Side by side however, the giclee art print has a better quality than lithographs across the board. It comes from the ability to have one continuous image with every color perfectly matched. That matching even has the essence of shadow the color will have.

 

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Well, giclee is French meaning “to spatter out” which pretty much refers to the process of how ink is applied to paper when a special large format printer is used. ... This makes the giclee print a museum quality reproduction. But more than their archival quality, the giclee canvas art offers a …

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Giclee is a French term which means to spray ink and is pronounced "jee-clay". Giclee prints can be done on a variety of materials. ... While the giclee print is an excellent reproduction of the original painting, my giclee prints do not have the raised texture that is characteristic of most of my o…

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The giclee papers are generally matte, cotton rag and canvas. It is essential to look for the best quality paper. The brand names include Epson, Canon other top big name brands that can be used for giclee printing

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What is the difference between a Pigment and Giclée Print? Both pigment print' and Giclee print' terms denote a print made from a digital file directly to paper using an inkjet printer as an output device. Whilst the term is broad, it has come to be associated with prints produced to fine art paper…

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How to Sign a Print

In traditional printmaking there are specific guidelines to follow when signing a print. These guidelines are a must to follow if you’re creating block prints, lithographs, etchings, and any other form of hand-pulled printmaking.

When it comes to signing a gic…

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With the technological advancements of inkjet technologies, including a wonderful array of art papers for you to choose from,  Fine Art Giclée Printing brings together  experience in traditional Photographic and Fine Art printing.

Whether you’d like to work with us online or in a studio, we ar…

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 Giclee Printing is meant to produce a product at a higher quality and with a longer lifespan than a standard desktop inkjet printer. Originally, the word was used to describe digital reproductions of conventional artworks (painting or drawing) or photographs

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Firstly, it must be realised that because of the differences in the nature of monitors and prints there will never be an exact match. When viewing an image on a monitor your eye is seeing transmitted light whereas when viewing a print, the eye is seeing reflected light. Transmitted light from a moni…

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 Colour management


 

However much colour management you apply we still think the skill of the person looking at your file on the computer screen is where the file sinks or swims. His judgement knowledge of how things print on different media etc is key.

The primary goal of colour manage…

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