Giclée Limited-Edition Prints
Printable version of the 2014 Giclée price list
What is a Giclée?
A giclée is a truly archival fine-art print, and the word is used to describe a print produced by spraying ink onto the paper or canvas from nozzles. The original oil painting is photographically scanned and archived. The collaborative process of proofing renders a high-quality result that is faithful to the original. The image is then printed on either rag paper or on canvas using non-fading inks.
The images in this collection have been chosen as representative of Rebecca’s best-known subjects. However, arrangements can be made to reproduce any pieces currently in available collections. Once an image is archived prints can be made one at a time. Giclées on canvas can be purchased stretched, ready for custom framing. Or, choose from several styles of hand-crafted frames. Please call or email directly to purchase your print and arrange for delivery. If you are in the San Francisco Bay Area and would like to personally visit the studio in Half Moon Bay, we would be happy to set up an appointment for you.
FOR A DEFINITION and the history of the giclée printing process, go to:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giclée
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