GICLEE

Giclee is a high quality large-size printing, allowing to obtain prints which quality completely conforms to the art of painting. Due to this features, Giclee is now actively used in authoring art printing (Limited Edition prints). Unlike other technologies of art printings (lithography, silkscreen, serigraph etc.), Giclee does not require separate printing plates for printing what simplifies and reduces costs of the printing process. Giclee technology allows to reproduce finest details with the highest quality and most accurate color rendition, which is why this technology is used to create paintings with Art Micrographics technique, where meticulous detailing is one of the basic requirements and the essence of the genre.

Auction prices for Prints of some modern artworks made with Giclee technology reach tens of thousands US dollars.

Today, digital Giclee Prints are the part of the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the «Corcoran» Gallery in Washington, and the Art Institute of Chicago.

Some museums such as the Louvre, the Orsay Museum, the Hermitage Museum, the National Gallery and the Library of Congress use Giclee technology to create copies of the most important art works of their collections (Van Gogh, Matisse, Picasso, Warhol, Sulfur, Winslow Homer, Ansel Adams, Man Ray, Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange, Edward Curtis).

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