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About Giclée
Giclée (pronounced "zhee-clay") is a French word translated literally as "to squirt". The term now refers to fine art quality prints. Giclées combine the most sophisticated digital imaging technology with fine art printing craftsmanship. A typical lithographic printing uses 4 colors at a screen resolution of 175-200 dots per inch. Jim’s giclées use up to 12 colors at a screen resolution of over 1000 dots per inch.

An artist’s proof is created that is carefully scrutinized by both the artist and Jim’s printer. Only after the image meets the approval of Jim’s discerning eye is the edition printed. The work is printed on 100% cotton acid-free paper and each reproduction is signed and numbered by the artist.

Fine art giclées create a reproduction that is unsurpassed in capturing the look and feel of the original work of art and have emerged as the most sought-after medium for collectors of limited edition prints.