GICLÉE Fine Art Print
Kjomme Art uses Hahnemühle acid-free paper 308 g / m3 and Epson Surecolor P800 printer for Giclée production. The giclées are signed, numbered and often hand-colored. They are printed in a limited edition. Several of Kjomme Art's paintings can be ordered as giclée. Feel free to contact us for more information.
What is Giclée?
Giclée is high-quality digital graphics for the production of museum-quality visual art. The Giclée method requires special, advanced printers and a combination of lightfast inks and acid-free paper. Giclees have become commonplace in the collections of most major museums, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The artist Jack Duganne introduced the term giclée in 1991. The word giclée means sprayed or sprayed and refers to how the ink is applied to the paper.
Some examples of Giclee prints: