Art enthusiasts purchase fine art reproductions known as Giclées – pronounced “zhee-clay” – for a variety of reasons. When the original is sold select works live on in the form of Giclées. These superior quality reproductions also allow collectors to change the size and shape of the original work. Finally, Giclées are modestly price making them more economical that an original works. A Giclée has extended color and tone characteristics that express amazing nuances on fine art paper and canvas. The result is a reproduction befitting the definition of fine art in every way.
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