If you are looking to purchase a print or two of your own bespoke Commission or have seen a portrait on my website that you would love to own a print of, please drop me a line. Each Giclee print is produced on a quality Hahnemuhle paper using high quality inks and are hand signed by the Myself. There are 2 sizes of prints available, both which comes with a mount and can be placed in a standard sized frame, priced as follows:
To fit a standard 12" x 16" frame £45.00 (inc UK P & P)
To fit a standard 16" x 20" frame £60.00 (inc UK P& P)
Irregular sized Art can also be offered as prints - ask me for a quote.
Please Note: some portraits may not be available as a print but do contact me for availabilty.
Prints currently available
'Watching Over You'
Depicting a Critically Endangered Amur Leopard which was originally created in Coloured pencil. Open Edition prints available in A4 and A3 presented in a black core mount to fit a standard size frame.
Depicting a Critically Endangered Sumatran Tiger which was originally created in Acrylics on Canvas. Open Edition prints available in A4 and A3 presented in a cream mount to fit a standard size frame.
About my Giclee Prints
A giclée (pronounced 'gee-clay') is a digitally reproduced print which represents the original Artwork as closely as possible and created via inkjet printing. The image has all the tonalities and hues of the original painting even giving the look of an original painting on Canvas if purchasing a print of one of my Acrylic paintings. Purchasing a Giclee print is a cheaper way of purchasing a favourite piece of Art from me and if there is a piece of work on my site that you just love, there is a possibility that you can purchase a print of it.
Product Information for my Giclee prints
There is no strict standard for giclee printing. The Fine Art Trade Guild do however specify a standard for archival Fine Art prints. That standard requires paper to be at least 250gsm in weight with a low acidity level (pH7 to pH10). When such paper is combined with modern pigment inks in top-end inkjet printers the result is a very high quality print that you can be confident will last. Prints produced in this way can be expected to last many years. Accelerated tests indicate that 75+ years can be expected and quite possibly a lot longer. This is the process that my printer offers as he uses Epson printers with UltraChrome K3 pigment inks. Mounts are of archival standards using Arqadia mountboards.