Victor Blakey Art Print Information
Limited Edition Prints
A fixed number of identical prints of an image, signed by the artist, sequentially numbered, and showing both the print's number and the total edition size. Each print is referred to as a "limited edition print".
Canvas giclées are produced on artist grade canvas with archival inks. Giclée on canvas are meant to be stretched on canvas stretcher-bars, a frame store will do this for you and then framed just like an original painting. My canvas giclées are unstretched and ship rolled in a tube.
Giclée (jhee-clay) is a French word meaning "spraying of paint." The word is used to describe prints produced by a high definition inkjet printer. Giclées use digital technology to enhance and preserve the character of the artists's original. The printing is done with costly pigment based archival inks printed on museum quality canvas or rag paper. The result is an image that rivals the beauty of the original. Giclées are found in most major art museums and fine art galleries, validating this new form of art.