This limited edition print is printed on canvas and stretched on 3/4 inch wooden stretcher bars and is
"mirror wrapped" so you dont necessarily have to frame it, however framing with a "floater frame" looks superb.
The term Giclee’, (pronounced zhee-clay), refers to fine art prints created with digital output. Giclee is the French verb “to spray” (as from a nozzle), and since most digital printers use nozzles to direct ink onto a substrate, the work Giclee is used to distinguish “fine art prints” from those created for non-art or commercial purposes.
The Giclee process Jennifer uses for the reproductions you see here, utilizes the finest archival quality Artist Canvas and Pigments, and offers longevity exceeding 150 years.
In the art world it is generally regarded as the highest quality fine art reproduction available.