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Know everything about Giclee Canvas Prints.

by Bilal H. writer

Giclée printing is a computerized technique for reproduction and illustration using a digital file and a special inkjet printer that uses acrylic, oil or ink paints. This reproduction process results in an extremely high level of color and image accuracy.

Artwork reproduction or giclée is increasingly becoming a mainstream solution for inkjet applications, as it produces stunning color and texture for many environments. Canvas is ideal for printing fine art prints. Museum quality, crisp photographs and collector’s editions. Large digital format uses several types of canvas with a smooth or more structured, matte and extra white finish.

Agnes My Universe offers the best limited edition giclee canvas prints. These fabrics offer exceptional performance with outstanding durability and resistance to handling and water. The inks used are resistant to ultraviolet radiation and do not fear water splashes. The giclées are then mounted and stretched on wooden frames like a traditional painting.

Fine art prints on artistic paper

We use genuine artist paper intended for digital inkjet printing. The giclee on lightly structured original fine art paper. The coating of this support is resistant to water and friction.

The term giclé is the generic term used throughout the world to characterize an art print on a large format high definition inkjet printer. It is the French word that was first used as it is, with the accent, by the English-speaking inventors of the process. Then the term was re-imported into French when this technique became widespread. Giclee printing can be done on different media such as artist canvas, art paper, etc.

Today the giclée defines the very high quality digital reproduction of an original work or painting. The giclée on canvas or on artistic paper is of particular interest to artists, because it allows them to reproduce their works in a very faithful way to get closer by the rendering of the colors and the texture of the canvas and the paper as close as possible to the original.

In addition, the giclée offers them the possibility of making enlargements or even reductions of the original works, thus making it possible to meet all the expectations of potential customers.

The giclée printed on canvas is usually mounted on a stretcher and then varnished like an original work. The resemblance between reproduction and original is very strong. Naturally, the original remains a unique work. All artistic professions can be interested in the giclée technique: painter, illustrator, photographer, draftsman, graphic designer, decorator...

Giclee on canvas or art paper

Artwork or giclee reproduction is increasingly becoming a mainstream solution for inkjet applications, as it produces stunning color and texture for many environments. The canvas is ideal for printing museum-quality prints, crisp photographs and collectors' editions.

Large digital format uses several types of canvas with a smooth or more structured, matte and extra white finish. These fabrics offer exceptional performance with remarkable durability and resistance to handling and water.

The inks used are resistant to ultraviolet radiation and do not fear water splashes. The giclées are then mounted and stretched on wooden frames like a traditional painting.


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