ABOUT THE GICLEE PRINTING PROCESS
GICLEE (jhee-clay) - Derived from the French verb gicler meaning to squirt. The term Giclee graphic implies a significant advance
in print making technology. Images are high-resolution digital scans printed with archival quality inks using a large format inkjet
printer onto various substrates. The Giclee process provides better color accuracy than other means of reproduction and has the feel
and lushness of an original stone lithograph. Giclee printing provides the highest quality fine art graphics with rich colors in the
tradition of original lithography. All of the prints offered here are on canvas just as the original oil paintings and are of Museum
Quality. They are all HAND SIGNED by the Artist Wayne Masiello.
The finished prints are shipped in a shipping tube ready to be stretched
on wooden canvas stretchers and custom framed. The sizes listed are the actual size of the finished artwork. A 2" white border is
added to the size of the canvas to allow for stretching and framing. All prints purchased at my Gallery shows will already be
stretched and ready for framing. The 8" x 10" size are double matted and ready for framing.
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