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GICLEE PRINTS ON ARCHIVAL MUSEUM COATED CANVAS*Supplied as an unmounted canvas print with approx 40mm border.
Hahnemühle Goya Canvas – 340 gsm, poly-cotton, natural white, satin-finish coated. Acid free ao OBAs guarantee archival standards. The brilliant satin-finish coating does not require varnishing after printing.

GICLEE PRINTS ON ARCHIVAL MUSEUM GRADE PAPER*Supplied as a rolled, unmounted paper print with approx. 30mm border. Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308 gsm. Heavyweight smooth matte, very popular. The fine, smooth surface and feel makes this paper very versatile and it is ideal for printing both black and white and colour photographs and art reproduction prints with impressive pictorial depth. Acid free, Calcium Carbonate buffered, archival museum grade.
All prints are wrapped in museum approved tissue paper and posted in a cardboard cylinder.

Free shipping world wide by Australia Post.
Please note that the ADDITIONAL INFORMATION TAB gives you the SIZE, PRICE AND YOUR CHOICE OF PAPER OR CANVAS.
Prints limited to an edition of 100
Authenticity certificate of prints supplied on request
Lightfast ratings 100 years plus for prints

About Giclee Prints
Using true museum grade fine art paper and premium grade artists’ Goya canvas your giclée prints are produced on real fine art digital inkjet printers using archival pigment inks with lightfastness ratings of over 100 years.

What is a canvas print?
The art of printing directly on canvas is a realization that has revolutionized the reproduction of works of art. A combination of colour and impact is achieved by using first class materials and techniques. From the creation to the printing, to the final touches, these techniques ensure that the colours do not fade and allow these superb art replicas to endure forever: a true investment.

Print Delivery
How long does delivery take?
Signed, limited edition prints may take up to 10 working days.
Each order will arrive separately.

100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE
We are committed to quality products and your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. If  you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you may contact us, pay freight back to us and return it within 30 days of receipt and receive a free replacement.

AS YOU WILL NOTICE THERE ARE TWO IMAGES OF THE SAME SUBJECT SO PLEASE REMEMBER TO CLICK ON ON THE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION TAB TO VIEW THE PRICE,  SIZE  AND CHOICE OF EITHER CANVAS OR PAPER FOR YOUR PRINT.

Giclee (Pronounced “jhee-clay”) is a French word meaning “to spatter out” which refers to the process of how ink is applied to paper when a special large format printer is used. This inkjet printer has a very high resolution of 2880 x 1440 and is a 7 color ink jet printer.
Prints that are done on giclee canvas are the most accurate art reproductions in the world, and can also be archived well (they last a long time without color variation). Research has shown that any Giclee prints that are made with 310gsm paper and archival pigmented inks can last as long as 200 years. This makes the giclee print a museum quality reproduction.

But more than their archival quality, the giclee canvas art offers a really accurate print. There are really only three steps to a giclee print whereas traditional prints have 6 steps and therefore more room for error. The giclee canvas printing process takes the painting and then goes through the large format scan back camera and then does the final print. There is no more photographic film, and then scanner and then reproducing the size to press plates that traditional printing needs.
Even when you use a magnifying glass you can’t see the dot patter of a giclee print. The image has a continuous tone to it, and looks just like the original art work. This means it is a great way to make limited reproductions for artists, and makes a less expensive art piece for collectors.

Giclee canvas prints are a little more expensive than traditional prints, but the giclee canvas looks like a real painting, and no one can tell the difference. This makes it a better value as a reproduction. Most artists prefer to use the giclee print for their limited editions, as do photographers looking to put their photos on canvas. Consumers that purchase a giclee print can rarely tell the difference between a real print and the true painting. (source: ChiCanvas.com)

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