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Description from Merchant:
8x10 inch print reproductions are signed open editions printed on matt photo paper using Epson ultra chrome inks. The images sizes are approximately 5x7 inches. They are packaged with a foam core backing in a clear bag for protection.These prints will fit any standard 8x10 frame.
Giclee Art Prints (pronounced "gee-clay") is the term used for what is currently the most advanced digital fine art printmaking technology. High quality digital images are created from the original artwork and printed with 8-color to 12-color professional printers and archival quality inks onto various surfaces. The giclée printing process provides incredibly detailed prints that last longer (in excess of 120 years) and have a brighter, crisper gamut of color that is far beyond that of lithography, producing a print that is rival to the original painting. All Giclée Prints are printed on fredrix WR777 canvas with a uv coating. Paper Giclees are printed on Hahnemuhle - William Turner water color paper
I sign all the Limited Editions on canvas and paper. I print, sign and bag the 8x10 prints. I also stretch most of the giclees on the canvas bars in my studio.
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