What is a Giclée Print?
Giclée printing has significant advantages over traditional methods of artwork reproduction such as incomparable quality. It is the method of digital printing, based on printing small droplets of ink on fineart papers by high resolution, large format printers. This process produces pure colour, continuous-tone images without visible dots or patterns, as close to the original artworks.
As a general rule, one could say that the life of a giclée print will exceed the life of the owner, provided that a minimum standard of care is taken when handling, exposing or storing. It is this longevity as well as the method of printing that makes such high-quality prints of the original art.
What is Hahnemühle Museum Etching?
Hahnemühle Museum Etching is an exceptional 350gsm weight paper, smooth textured, natural white, 100% cotton pulp, acid free, specially designed for art reproduction and exceptional saturation and D-max.