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What is a Giclée Print?

Giclée prints are currently the most sophisticated method of museum-quality production on earth; made with the finest archival materials and inks. This type of art reproduction is quickly becoming the new standard in the art industry, and is widely embraced for its quality by major museums, galleries, publishers, and artists. A Giclée print is simply the closest duplication of an original artwork that is humanly, mechanically, or technically possible.

Giclée prints have an impressive exhibition record. They are shown in museums and fine art galleries throughout the world, including The Metropolitan Museum of New York, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, National Museum of Art, The British Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Washington Post Collection, The Corcoran Gallery, and the San Francisco Museum of Art.

Benefits for Buyers and Collectors

Giclée prints offer significant benefits to buyers, collectors, and corporate clients and would not look out of place in a museum, art gallery, or auction house. In addition, a Giclée print can be customized to fit the space being decorated. A large print will have the same resolution as a smaller one. Giclée prints can be almost indistinguishable from an original painting. They democratize great art and make it accessible to a large community of aspiring collectors.

Gail Marten Fine Art Giclée Prints are available at:


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