Giclee art printing
Giclee (pronounced zhee clay or gee clay)  is an innovative art printing process which uses a digital (scanned or photographed) image and a specialized inkjet printer to produce a high quality print.  The inks are lightfast and colorfast and the substrate is a museum quality paper  or canvas.  The digital files are quite large (high resolution) and there is no dot pattern as with lithography.  Each print is a near exact reproduction. To learn more about the process, click below.
I currently have available this giclee art print of the Duke Chapel, a notable architectural landmark on the Duke University campus in Durham, North Carolina.  The image is 16" x 22" with a 1" border all around.  Each print is signed and numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity from the printer.  The original painting is done in pastels and is now owned by my father-in-law.  These prints are so remarkably true to the original that it is almost unbelievable.  Even the surface looks very much like a pastel painting.  The cost of each print is $100.  I will ship them at cost.  Also, I will frame to suit, at cost, with the highest standards locally available.
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