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All my prints are Giclée Prints.

The term ‘Giclée’, a neologism coined by French printmaker Jack Duganne, is derived from the French verb ‘gicler’, which literally translates as ‘to squirt’ or ‘to spray’ and describes the way that the printer nozzle applies the inks to the paper. A Giclee print has to be printed at 300 dpi or more, be printed on archival paper and with pigment inks.

The inks I use are Epson UltraChrome® HD inks which are fade resistant for at least 75 years. The paper I use is Epson Archival  Matte Paper.  

Every picture sent is mounted, backed, wrapped in cellophane and ready to be put in a 10 x 8 inch frame unless otherwise specified.