GICLEE PIGMENT PRINTS

Boom Boom

Giclee Pigment Print

225 gr Arches

Acid-free Paper

28 x 36

$349

Waiting At the Station

Giclee Pigment Print

225 gr Arches

Acid-free Paper

18 x 22

$299

NYC Fish Fry

Giclee Pigment Print

225 gr Arches

Acid-free Paper

18 x 22

$299

Sizes may vary slightly from those noted.

 

Tribute to Miles

Giclee Pigment Print

225 gr Arches

Acid-free Paper

18 x 22

$299

Miss Spirit of Cotton

Giclee Pigment Print

225 gr Arches

Acid-free Paper

18 x 22

$299

Memphis Steam

Giclee Pigment Print

225 gr Arches

Acid-free Paper

26 x 38

$349

              UNDERSTANDING GICLEE PIGMENT PRINTS

 

A giclee pigment print is as rewarding visually as it is technically amazing. For brilliant, exquisite color and razor sharp detail it is unsurpassed.

This type of art reproduction has become a  new standard in the art industry, and is widely embraced for its quality by major

museums, galleries, publishers, and artists. What this means to you is that you can now own the closest duplication of an original artwork

that is humanly, mechanically, or technically available at an affordable price.

 

To explain briefly, the giclee pigment printmaking process starts out with a computer scan of the original. Since this is not a photographic process, as used in making lithographs, the colors are true and exact. The artist may choose to correct a very small area without affecting the rest of the color. Printing the image involves a particular printer, which has been modified for the precision of fine art printing. From each of 10

nozzles, more than a million droplets of ink per second, much smaller than the size of a human cell, are sprayed on FINE ART PAPER.

 

The resulting print has no perceptible dot pattern, an endless array of richly saturated color, and every nuance of the original image.

The giclee pigment image that you select will be the best representation of GEORGE HUNT’S original work that is available, at a price that you

will consider a value.

 

George Hunt’s Giclee Prints are made with 200-year fade-resistant pigment ink, and they are typically printed on museum quality 225 gram acid free paper.

Artist George Hunt has long been recognized as one of the top artists in the South and has also gained a national reputation through touring exhibits and shows from Seattle to New York...and Chicago to New Orleans.  His first love is Blues Music which finds its way in to most of his painting.  But George Hunt also creates incredible images about Civil Rights, African beauty and the rich history of African-Americans in the South.  George Hunt paints with color and feeling.

Official website for George Hunt Art.  Images © 2000-2013 George Hunt.  Website and text © George Hunt/LongRiver Entertainment Group LLC.  All rights reserved.  No image or text may be used without prior written consent.  Requests for use should be submitted to david@georgehuntart.com.