Giclée |ZHēˈklā| (also giclee)

A technology for fine art or photograph reproduction using a high-quality inkjet printer to make individual copies.

Each work starts life as an original painting, generally acrylic on canvas or board. The art is photographed or scanned. The digital image is then printed on canvas using a large format printer. The canvas reproduction, also referred to as a giclée, is stretched and finished with a float frame, giving the canvas a slight shadow as well as added depth. 

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John-Richard offers a collection of standard reproductions, printed and assembled in Greenwood,  Mississippi. Custom works are available through the Benson-Cobb Studio located in Dallas, Texas.