Embellished Giclée Print on Stretched Canvas
© 2011 Harald-M. Lehnardt
Hawaiian History Collection
available in: 16" x 20" EGCP, 24" x 30"
‘Protective Gel Coating’ with a semi-gloss finish brush stroke application. Expressive, paint like appearance. Giclée print on 400 gsm poly-cotton blend matte canvas. Water resistant finish and heavy, flexible weave. (meets the archival standards for pH and lightfastness). No optical-brightener additives. Wrapped around a 1.25” (kiln-dried) stretcher frame ready to hang with saw tooth brackets.
The term ‘Giclée’ is a French word that means to spray or squirt liquid. It basically refers to the printing of fine art images on archival paper using an inkjet printer, which squirts ink onto the canvas. Most of these prints begin as high resolution digital scans of the original artwork, and the process is geared to artists who want to reproduce their art in small quantities. The quality of the Giclée Print rivals traditional silver-halide and gelatin printing processes and is commonly found in museums, art galleries, and photographic galleries.
• Expressive Gel Coating
• No need to display artwork behind glass
• Our archival canvas is a white poly-cotton blend matte canvas
that meets the archival standards for pH and
400 gsm with a water resistant finish and
heavy, flexible weave
Industry approved for print
permanence by the International
Fine Art Trade Guild
• The UV protective layer designed specifically for our
and ink ensures the longevity of the print by
protecting the ink
from scratches and sunlight
• Giclée Canvas Prints are delivered ready to hang with
brackets for 16” x 20”,
and wire hangers for larger size
• 9- days for processing + production