The Giclée printing process is digital and uses high quality paper and pigment-based ink to create the closest possible match to the original painting. The process itself involves squirting or spraying microscopic dots of this specialist ink onto archival quality paper. The inks and paper used have been approved by the ‘Fine Art Trade Guild’.
The inks are fade resistant so that the prints stay colour rich and beautiful for longer. The printers also have multiple cartridges which allow for a larger and more accurate range of colours and smoother gradients to be achieved.