What is Giclée?
Giclée, pronounced "zhee-clay," is French, and simply means to spray or squirt. Because inks are "sprayed" directly onto a medium such as canvas or watercolor paper using the latest advances in digital imaging, the reproductions offer a much greater color range than traditional printing. They really look just like the originals.
The Giclée reproduction process is the accepted standard for gallery quality prints. You can be sure you are getting the finest quality reproduction, like you would get when buying from one of the world's leading galleries or museums.
To extend the life of your fine art reproductions, prolonged exposure to direct sunlight should be avoided.