The term Giclée (pronounced
zhee-clay) was coined in 1991, to refer to the product of an
ink spray (gicler, in French) process of developing the methods for the preparation of
high quality reproductions and the use of the word was intended to distinguish
fine art prints from other commercial printing processes.
A giclée begins with a high
resolution digital file of the artwork. The image can be photographed or
scanned directly. The image is then adjusted, using computer
software, to insure that the color balance and tonality closely match the
original. The giclée is prepared directly from the
Not all digital prints are giclées. Only digital prints that are
created using special high-resolution printers, archival inks which meet strict
printmaking standards can be truly marketed as giclée prints. These fine art reproductions are laboratory
rated to provide several decades, if not a century or more, of lasting print
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