Fine Art Giclee Printing

Reproduce your original watercolour, oil paintings, pastel and charcoal drawings as a limited edition ‘Giclée’ print on specially coated digital fine art paper. Only archival quality inks are used, providing up to 100 year life depending on the conditions under which the print is displayed.

With more than 20 years experience producing a variety of limited edition and one-off prints, we have a great deal to offer artists and photographers. Giclée (from the French meaning ’spurt, squirt’) is a high resolution inkjet printing process. We have a 10 colour 44” wide printer and use genuine archival quality inks that guarantee 100 year colour fast results – subject of course to the conditions in which the print is displayed.

A precise replica print is not possible – but using our high resolution scanner, careful colour correction and one or two proofs we can produce results that satisfy the most discerning artists and photographers. And more than 20 years experience helps!

We currently stock acid free archival papers from Hahnemühle and St Cuthbert’s Mill, but let us know of any specific paper requirement you may have.

Stretched or unstretched Canvas prints are also available –  click here for more information.

We currently have these media types fully colour-profiled; and are all archival quality:

Substrates and standard weights available
Somerset Velvet255gsm and 330gsm
Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth188gsm and 310gsm
Hahnemühle German Etching310gsm
Artists Grade Polycotton Canvas340gsm
Semi-Gloss Photo Paper240gsm
High-Gloss Photoboard300gsm

■ Colour fast – won’t fade or discolour

■ High-quality consistent reproduction

■ Superb colour matching

■ Artists proofs and Limited Editions

■ On-demand service – order only what you sell

We can scan images up to approximately 600x400mm. Scanning costs depend on the size of the original and the size of print required. Larger or highly textured images we have professionally photographed.

We prefer to have the original artwork in our studio when colour correcting and proofing.

All colour corrected images are archived at no extra cost, and are available to you for further prints.

Images supplied digitally should be RGB and 300dpi at the dimensions you require them printed.