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Framed Sundown at Winged Foot's 10th
Sundown at Winged Foot's 10th
by Michael Miller
28" x 22"
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Framed Jazz (giclee) (small)
Jazz (giclee) (small)
by Denise Duplock
11" x 11"
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Framed Nautilus VI
Nautilus VI
 
24" x 19"
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Framed Rave (giclee) (small)
Rave (giclee) (small)
by Denise Duplock
11" x 11"
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Framed Taupe II (giclee) (medium)
Taupe II (giclee) (medium)
by Denise Duplock
23" x 23"
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Framed Taupe I (giclee) (medium)
Taupe I (giclee) (medium)
by Denise Duplock
26" x 26"
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Framed Taupe IV (giclee) (medium)
Taupe IV (giclee) (medium)
by Denise Duplock
23" x 23"
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Framed Flowers Pot
Flowers Pot
by Edward Noott
43" x 53"
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Framed Crown Imperial Fritillaries in a Copper Vase, c.1886
Crown Imperial Fritillaries in a Copper Vase, c.1886
by Vincent Van Gogh
39" x 44"
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Framed Nautilus IV
Nautilus IV
 
19" x 25"
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Framed Nautilus III
Nautilus III
 
19" x 25"
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Framed Nautilus II
Nautilus II
 
25" x 19"
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Framed Nautilus I
Nautilus I
 
25" x 19"
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Framed Pastoral Landscape VII
Pastoral Landscape VII
by Claude Lorrain
16" x 14"
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Framed Marigold Magic II
Marigold Magic II
by Johann Wilhelm Weinmann
23" x 32"
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Framed Rocky Cove and 15th Green
Rocky Cove and 15th Green
by Michael Miller
24" x 17"
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Framed Sunrise at Riviera's 4th
Sunrise at Riviera's 4th
by Michael Miller
24" x 17"
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Framed Sun Setting Behind the 18th at Pasatiempo
Sun Setting Behind the 18th at Pasatiempo
by Michael Miller
24" x 17"
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Framed Nautilus V
Nautilus V
 
24" x 18"
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Framed Women Of Japan III
Women Of Japan III
by Vision Studio
13" x 18"
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Framed El Capitan In Shadow
El Capitan In Shadow
by Tucker Smith
22" x 26"
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Framed Pemaquid Point Light, Maine I
Pemaquid Point Light, Maine I
by Laura Denardo
16" x 20"
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Framed Horse from India I
Horse from India I
by Illuminations
16" x 16"
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Framed Women Of Japan II
Women Of Japan II
by Vision Studio
13" x 18"
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Framed Coastal Vista III
Coastal Vista III
by Ethan Harper
16" x 16"
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Framed On the River I
On the River I
by Ernest Briggs
13" x 16"
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Framed Coastal Vista I
Coastal Vista I
by Ethan Harper
16" x 16"
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Framed Camel from India I
Camel from India I
by Ram Babu
19" x 19"
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Framed Musee d'Orsay
Musee d'Orsay
by H. Jennings Sheffield
21" x 17"
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Framed Oriental Silk II
Oriental Silk II
 
24" x 48"
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Framed Botanical III
Botanical III
by Alexandre Descubes
16" x 20"
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Framed Botanical V
Botanical V
by Alexandre Descubes
16" x 20"
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Framed Women Of Japan I
Women Of Japan I
by Vision Studio
13" x 18"
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Framed On the River III
On the River III
by Ernest Briggs
17" x 14"
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Framed On the River II
On the River II
by Ernest Briggs
17" x 14"
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Framed Alphabets Orientaux
Alphabets Orientaux
 
28" x 38"
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Where Did Giclee Art Printers Originate?

In the early 1990s, printmakers introduced giclee art prints as a new way to reproduce artwork using computer-generated images and high-resolution inkjet printers. Giclee prints provide more subtle color gradation than conventional four-color process lithography, which had previously been the most common way to create art prints.
The introduction of framed giclee wall art enabled new ways to reproduce classic works of art. The bold colors of Vincent Van Gogh's Crown Imperial Fritillaries in a Copper Vase are a perfect example and presented well in the giclee print format. The bright yellows and reds in Amedeo Modigliani's Woman with a Fan are positively vibrant when output as giclee. The process is ideal for reproducing watercolor paintings.

Giclee Wall Art

With giclee wall art widely accepted, today's artists create work for the medium using digital techniques. They have broken free of the limitations and expense of the conventional printing process. Colors that appear muted with traditional lithography stand out on a giclee print. Framed giclee art opens up a world of decorating possibilities. The technology allows the transfer of images to either paper or canvas.
There's a certain irony in the technology's rise to prominence. The high-resolution Iris inkjet printers initially used for giclee prints were large-format proof-printing devices. Conventional lithographic printing plants began using inkjet printers in the late 1980s to check color fidelity and other issues, prior to printing. Print shops made test inkjet prints before creating printing plates which installed on the press. The market shifted in the early 1990s when graphic art entrepreneurs discovered that high-resolution large-format inkjets could be used for short-run art printing. Today's modern giclee art printer does away with the conventional printing press and support systems. This technology makes it more expedient for artists to bring their work to market.
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