The term giclée printing was first coined by a French printmaker for use in the fine art printing industry. Giclée means 'spray on' in French and a giclée print is an inkjet print. The process was developed for those who wanted to make a small print run and for this reason has been adopted by many artists.
I have made a series of three types of prints from my watercolour artwork.
Small size of 30, Medium size of 30 and large size of 50 prints. Not all images have these three editions.
Printed on Blockingford watercolour inkjet paper to imitate the texture of the original watercolour painting.
All of the prints are signed bottom right and the edition number is bottom left.