FAQ'S about Fine Art Prints


  • "Are fine art prints worth it?"

Prints can in fact be very valuable, especially those by renowned artists, rare prints or old prints in good condition. Prints are a bit of a minefield when it comes to the value, which is often based on the production process and the artist's involvement in the creation of the print.


  • "What is the highest quality art print?"

They're known for giving some great results when printing photos. Did you know that giclee printing is very similar to inkjet printers, but is capable of doing an even better job? As an artist, you want your art prints to be of the highest quality, and giclee prints can achieve this.


  • "What is a giclee print?"

"Giclee" is a French word that's pronounced "zee-clay." These prints are high-quality and known for their unbeatable longevity. The process of giclee printing is a little different than other printing processes. It works in much of the same way that an inkjet printer does. Rather than dye, they use pigment inks. These can achieve vivid colors with high-accuracy. This is what makes this printing process so loved.


  • "Do these prints really last forever and ever?"

Another great part about giclee printing is their extreme longevity. If you want your art to last a lifetime or more, then this is the way to go. It's not uncommon to hear horror stories of artwork yellowing or fading over time. This is one of the upsides of giclee printing. These prints don't succumb to the damage of time. In fact, it's not uncommon for prints of this nature to last up to 200 years.