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Q: What is a Giclée Print?

A: Giclée -

A new process using advanced technology to create a lustrous, continuous-tone digital print that meets or exceeds the quality of traditional ligthography and screen printing.

Organic, water-based multi-color inks are applied to the surface of archival papers from tiny jets one-tenth the diameter of a human hair.

From collectorsguide.com


This Giclée print by Maggie LaNoue is 14" x 11" and vibrant color.
Click on it to see another image of the actual print.

Q. What size are these prints?
A. Our new prints are matted to 11" x 14" with all acid-free conservation quality materials.

Q. What special information is on the back of each print?
A. There is a legend on the back of each print about the scene, about the materials, and about the artist.

Q. Are the prints hand signed?
A. All prints are signed and titled by the artist in archive quality silver ink.
(The signatures shown here on the web art are only shown here to protect the artist's copyright.

Q. Are largest size prints available?
A. Yes. Scroll down on the page to order prints matted to 16" x 20".
You can also order much larger prints if you contact us.


Vibrant color Giclée prints by Maggie LaNoue are archive quality with fade resistant ink and acid free paper.

They are fade-resistant prints lasting up to 200 years under glass.

Learn more about Giclée prints from Wikipedia, including the proper pronounciation!

*Ink lightfastness ratings are based on accelerated testing of prints on specialty media, displayed indoors, under glass or UV plex.

Actual print stability will vary according to media, printed image, display conditions, light intensity, humidity, and atmospheric conditions.

Epson does not guarantee longevity of prints.

For maximum print life, display all prints under glass, UV plex, lamination or properly store them.

See all the styles of Maggie's Giclée prints!

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