Geese 
Limited Edition Giclée on Arches Paper
30 x 13.75 in. (76 x 35 cm)
Edition Limited to 250 prints

Geese 
Signed Limited Edition Giclée on Arches Paper
Published from the artist's original work.

Image Size: 30" x 13.75" 
Edition Size: 250 
Availability: Good
Medium: Giclée on textured, museum quality paper
Ink: Archival pigmented ink
Signed and Numbered
Certificate of authenticity included.

Matted Print (in sealed archival bag)
Double Custom Cut Archival Matting - Textured Light Blue Top, Deep Blue Bottom
Final Size: 35" x 18.75"
$299.95

Conservation Framed (as shown)
Double Custom Cut Archival Matting - Textured Light Blue Top, Deep Blue Bottom
Conservation U.V. Blocking Non-Glare Acryilc Sheet 
Solid Wood Frame
Framed Size: 40" x 23.75"
Framed Weight: 10 lbs. 
$879.95

The fine art watercolor paper used for both the original painting and the giclee prints is manufactored by Arches and must be treated carefully. Please see Print Care for more information.


About Giclée Prints

A giclée print is the highest quality print available today. Giclée, (commonly pronounced "zhee-clay") is French for "to spray". In brief, it is a process where the original image is digitally captured and in a collaborative effort of artist and master printer, the image is refined to be as faithful to the original as possible. Often it takes the artist to distinguish between the two. In the giclée process, a very fine stream of archival pigmented ink is laid down upon thick, museum quality art papers. Many times it is produced on the same watercolor paper as the original. Because no screens are used, the prints have a higher apparent resolution than offset lithographs.

Giclées are produced one at a time. Depending upon their size, this intricate printing process can take up to an hour or more for each print. This process offers one of the highest degrees of accuracy and richness of color available in any reproduction method. The end result is a beautiful reproduction with the look and feel of the original painting.

In the last few years the giclée print has become highly regarded by many of the world's important fine artists, collectors, galleries, and museums. Prominent art museums such as the Smithsonian and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York have hosted exhibitions featuring giclée prints.

All prints are sequentially numbered and
signed by the artist.

 

 

Archival framing and mounting ensure 
your art will last for many generations. Only 
museum quality materials are used.