» Oct 17, 2019
WHAT IS GICLEE?
Artists commonly use the Giclee printing processes to create high end limited edition reproductions of their original artwork. On a per-print basis, a Giclee print is more expensive than traditional methods used to create such replicas, but artists can print and sell each Giclee print individually matching demand making Giclee a very economical alternative for creating limited edition prints.
An added advantage of Giclee printing is that the artist can have complete control in all aspects of the image. Alterations, color, size, and what it is printed on can all be manipulated by the artist, along with the freedom for the artist to own and operate the printer as well. Giclee printing has been rapidly growing and becoming the number one choice of fine art reproductions. Many printer and print media manufacturers have been working to improve their product contributing tremendously to the increase in overall Giclee print quality.
Peter Paul Rubens(1577-1640)
Marks and inscriptions:
After Rubens; Print on paper; Inscribed 'Pet. Paul Rubens pinxit. S. à Bolswert sculpsit
Artist: Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640)
Boetius Adams Bolswert (1580-1633) (printmaker)
Materials and Techniques: Print on paper. Place of Origin: Antwerp (probably, made). Date: Late 16th - mid 17th century made
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