Copyright, Jim LaneMy one and only venture into art prints, from 1976, using four-color printing
requiring a minimum edition of five-hundred. (I've yet to recover the cost.)
|A Giclee rolls from the printer at a fraction|
of the time, effort, and cost of earlier methods.
|An old, four-color, offset, printing blunderbuss seldom used for art prints today.|
|Giclee pigmented inks are not transparent but chosen to match the original.|
|Giclee wide-format printers allow the |
economical printing of multiple sizes.
|Virtually indistinguishable color matching.|
|A Giclee décor.|
|Art galleries and museums now feature giclee prints on their walls.|
|Art bandits beware.|
(Yes, but the frame must be worth a fortune.)