The word "giclée" is a fancy French word for "inkjet print." The verb "gicler" means "to squirt or spray." This technique employs digital scanning, professional inkjet printers, and archival pigment inks to produce remarkably detailed and long-lasting reproductions of the artist's paintings.
The scans are color-corrected and approved by the artist, then reproduced in state-of-the-art facilities using permanent ink on high-grade canvas, clear-coated several times for protection, and stretched just like an oil painting.
Because giclées are digital files they can be ordered any size up to the dimensions of the original painting. Those outside measurements are indicated with the title when you put your cursor over the image (or touch the white dot at the bottom right of the image page on a touch screen device).
Pricing is by size at between $300 and $600 for the maximum sizes and includes an optional mitered 1/4"x 1 3/4" pine lattice frame at no extra charge with picture wire ready to hang. Add $100–200 (depending on size) for crating and shipping. Please contact the artist for any particular order.