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Via Dolorosa 20x30 LE Signed & Numbered - Giclee Canvas

Litho Print?Offset lithography is a photomechanical or digital printing technique that transfers an image from metal or paper plates onto rubber rollers (called printing blankets), then onto the final paper or canvas. McNaughton Fine Art inks and archival papers and canvases are specially made to our exact specifications, resulting in unmatched clarity and color fidelity to the original. Giclee Canvas Print?Giclee (jhee-clay) refers to a method of creating limited edition prints. The Giclee process is initiated by scanning the original painting with a highly sensitive scanner, thereby creating an extremely high resolution digital image of the artwork. The image is printed onto canvas by a special printer using archival quality inks that are guaranteed to give fade and color shift resistance of better than 100 years. Since the digital image includes every subtlety and nuance of the original, including the smallest details of light, shadow and color, the fine art giclee often is indistinguishable from the original work of art. The finished print is sprayed with a protective coating and mounted on archival board or stretched on a rigid frame. Other advantages of Giclees are that they cost much less than the original and can be reproduced to almost any size. Signed by Artist?Every Limited Edition print is signed by the artist's own hand. Signed and Numbered?This refers to a limited edition print. Available as both Giclee canvas and litho, these are limited to a select number that can be sold. These specific prints are signed and numbered at the bottom of the print with a metallic paint pen by the artist. LE?This is the initials for Limited Edition. OE?This is the initials for Open Edition, which means the artwork is not limited to a set number.

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