Limited Edition Fine Art Giclée Prints / unframed
- 5x7 (Batch of 15 Prints)
- A4 (Batch of 50)
- A3 (Batch of 25)
Giclée Printing is the printing method that uses a high-resolution digital image rendered from a computer to a large format inkjet printer.
Giclée Prints are printed on archival quality coated paper, and printed with pigment based archival inks, which are UV stable. The Fine Art Trade Guild has set minimum standards for a giclee print - it must score 6 or more on the Blue Wool Scale for light fastness, with an acidity level of between pH7 and pH9, to minimise discolouring.
To achieve a very high standard of colour reproduction of the original artwork, a Giclée printer uses twelve colour pigment-based ink set, comprising of red, blue, green, grey, photo grey, cyan, photo cyan, magenta, photo magenta, yellow, regular black, and matte black.
A giclée print made using pigment inks can be lightfast for up to 100+ years. I still recommend hanging your prints out of direct sunlight and in a cool dry space.
Highland Cow Prints
"The idea to paint a highland cow came from my Scottish brother in-law, Kenny. And now that I have been to Scotland and loved it there I will definitely be painting more. They are beautiful animals, with their untidy hair styles and dopey expression." Philippa Kettlewell Andrews