About Marianne's Watercolor Art Prints|
Giclée Fine Art Prints: The end result is exceptional and brilliant,
faithful to the original's color, vibrancy, fine detail and texture, and virtually
indistinguishable to Marianne's original paintings.
- Marianne's Limited Edition Giclée Prints For Sale:
All of Marianne's giclée prints are produced in limited specified quantities
and are numbered and signed by Marianne. Each print is also accompanied by a
certificate of authenticity.
to see the process, detail and quality of Marianne's prints!
- What is a Giclée Print?
The name giclée (pronounced "zhee-clay") is derived from the French
language word "le gicleur" meaning "nozzle", or more specifically
"gicler" meaning "to squirt, spurt, or spray". A giclée print is a
high-resolution, archival quality digital print produced by the
ink-jet process using waterproof and UV fade resistant archival inks.
Museums throughout the world including the Louvre use Giclée prints to
substitute works of art too fragile to be exhibited to the public. New
York's Metropolitan Museum, the Guggenheim and the National Museum of
Mexico all proudly display giclées as part of their collections.
By utilizing the giclée watercolor print process, we're able to create
the vibrant and realistic archival quality reproductions of Marianne's
watercolor artwork on the finest German Hahnemühle watercolor paper stock.
The Hahnemühle William Turner 300g/m watercolor rag paper is a natural white
mould-made watercolor paper with 100% rag content making it highly archival.
The paper is specially coated for excellent image sharpness and optimum
color graduation ands also offers a very high level of water resistance.
The end result is exceptional and brilliant, faithful to the original's
color, vibrancy, fine detail and texture, and virtually indistinguishable
to Marianne's original painting.
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