Is a giclee print, art print or stretched canvas print better?
There is a painting I have always loved, but I don’t want to get a basic $10 poster. I want something that looks decent but won’t cost me an arm and a leg. What is the differences (good and bad) between a giclee print, art print, and stretched canvas print?
I think it is best to do a Giclee. Most of the expense is in the scan which is about 50.00. If you can take a good picture yourself of your art you can take a CD with your digital picture into the digital printer and have them print it for you. Then you can stretch your canvas yourself. I have a 16 x16 painting and the giclee was ninety dollars which included the scan (a one time fee) and stretching the canvas. When I took in my digital picture and stretched the canvas myself the exact same size cost $12.00. You can always paint over your giclee to enhance it and then seal it with varnish.
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