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About Giclee

The term "Giclee Print" connotates an elevation in print making quality. The images are generated with archival quality inks onto canvas. Giclees are superior to traditional printing processes in nearly every way. The colors are brighter, last longer and are so high resolution that they are virtually continuous tone. This modern technology produces incredibly beautiful detailed prints with unrivaled color accuracy for the photography and fine arts markets.

Because of this high quality numerous examples of giclee prints can be found in New York City at the Metropolitan Museum, the Museum of Modern Art and many other museums and art galleries around the world.

About Museum Wrap

There are usually two different methods to stretch your canvas. These methods would be applicable to either a print on canvas or original oil on canvas.

STANDARD WRAP--This is where the canvas is stretched with 100% of the image on the front. None of the image is on the sides, and the staples are showing on the sides, This method calls out " Frame me ". Otherwise, those nasty staples and possibly the ragged edges of the canvas will show on the sides.

MUSEUM WRAP-- This is where the image is stretched around the sides of the stretcher frame and the staples are on the back. The image is taken right up to the back edge of the sides and shows on the sides. The Museum wrap lends itself to being hung with or without a frame.

This is the method used in many Museums and Art Galleries.

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