Prilla Smith Brackett

Giclée Prints

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Gliclée comes from a French term

that means “spray of ink.” The

term describes museum quality

prints made from high-end fine

arts printers. The prints can be

made to reproduce or emulate an

original, artwork.

I have chosen to reproduce images

from several large paintings which

have sold, in order to offer an

economical choice to viewers.

Glicée prints are not to be confused

with the handmade printmaking

process in which artists make

etching, lithographs, and in my

case monoprints and monotypes.

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