Giclée is a French word from the 17th Century. It refers to a printing technology associated with a machine called the Iris. Giclée prints today can be made using high-end digital printers capable of producing incredibly small droplets of ink for incredibly high resolution. Giclée - a drop of ink on paper. The digital process of giclée captures every nuance of original art with fine blends of full spectrum color. It is the process of making high quality, limited edition prints on canvas, scanned directly from an original painting.
Each PRINT is printed on cotton canvas, stretched on professional stretcher bars, hand signed and numbered. To protect each print, they are coated by hand, with an acrylic varnish which contains UV inhibitors and non-yellowing properties.
IF you wish to view these prints at our studio in Bucks County, we have them presented in beautiful custom frames. These custom frames can be purchased at an additional cost. (Framed Giclées CAN ONLY BE PURCHASED at our studio)
ALL Giclées purchased via our web site are sold UNFRAMED. Included with each print is a certificate of authenticity, information about the care of your print, "what a giclée is" postcard and also the Artist's resume. Each print is numbered and signed by the artist.
We ship all prints within 10 days, U.S.P.S. and there is a 6% PA sales tax additional.
Each customer who purchases a giclée print will receive one of the lowest edition numbered prints available for that image.
These limited edition giclée prints were reproduced from original oil paintings by Robert J. Seufert.
Alice Olson Seufert's print "Anticipation" is a reproduction of her original watercolor of her daughter, blowing bubbles, at the age of 18 months.
Having used ultra chrome UV inks, Robert's giclées are printed on artist canvas and the canvas hand stretched (over professional grade stretcher bars) and varnished by Robert himself. Alice Olson Seufert's W/C "Anticipation" is printed on acid free, smooth velvet paper, with archival UV inks.
Most of Mr. Seufert's giclées are scenes painted from Bucks or Chester County, in Pennsylvania. "After the Rain" is a giclée that is painted from the U. S. National Park, Assateaque Island, in Maryland. All giclee prints are signed by the artist and numbered. (Editions are limited.)