The art print for this original artistic work goes through a process of Giclée fine art
printing. It is a
superior print technology for producing museum-level quality prints. Whereas many
traditional print technologies — such as lithography — use the classic CMYK 4-colour
combination (in some instances with the addition of a pantone referenced spot colour)
Giclée printers use up to 12 individual colours.
This gives much smoother gradient transitions and a wider colour gamut. In other words,
more depth and richness to the final print, which helps to create stunning vibrant
artwork with amazing reproduction.
In the case of recreating artwork such as a watercolour print, the end result is almost
indistinguishable from the original. The prints are provided on Enhanced Matte Art (EMA)
paper by Hahnemuhle. EMA is a premium quality heavyweight fine art print material with a
smooth, clean finish. Together with Giclée printing, it offers museum quality wall art.
The best part is the lasting of the artwork on your walls could be more than 100 years.
||Ruins of grand marytand temple
||Water color on paper
||32cm x 49cm