When we say Fine Art & Fine Art Prints we actually mean Gicleé.
Note: Gicleé is a French word meaning spray or spurt of liquid. Gicleé print images are produced from high resolution scans using archival ink and acid free paper. Prints generated using this method are of the highest possible quality and conform to The Fine Art Trade Guilds standards and are issued with a certificate of authentication.
Our fine art prints are produced on a 280gsm high quality fine art paper which has 25% cotton content. It is made of 25% cotton linters and 75% alpha cellulose and is slightly textured. We use fine art paper that is acid free and of archival quality. All our Fine Art prints and canvases are presented this way.
Our fine art prints will not fade in sunlight and will last 75-100 years.
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