About the Giclée Process
The Giclée Process
Artists and art purveyors have always sought ways to reproduce moving, popular images that preserve the qualities of the original. The giclee process is a remarkable innovation in this effort, created and refined over the past two decades.
Surprising Depth and Color
Like an Original but More Accessible
Inspected by the Artist
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We work with digital services provider Gamma One Conversions to produce our high quality giclées. Gamma One counts as its clients MOMA, The Pushkin and Hermitage Museums in Russia,The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Whitney Museum, The National Gallery and more.
“I think most people never notice the difference between an original oil and a giclée. I’m a painter and I have a very hard time distinguishing between the two.”
“(Segnatura’s) giclée reproductions of the original oil paintings are of extremely high quality with very fine resolution.”
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