Giclee prints are reproductions of museum quality, characterized by delicate precision without screen fence, vast image depth, extremely fine sharpness and detail, as well as deep tints and a soft change of colours. These Giclee prints have a picturesque radiation on canvas, and a fine, velvety radiation on paper. With a resolution of 1800 dpi, Giclee prints exceed the traditional lithography print and other kinds of reproduction techniques. By using special ink and acidfree paper or linen as a foundation, the colourfastness of a Giclee print is guaranteed for 150 years. The technique is developed particularly to meet the needs of critical collectors of fine art and connoisseurs of museumquality limited editions. Nowadays Giclee prints form part of art collections of well-established museums, like the ‘Metropolitan Museum of Art’ in New York, the ‘British Museum’ in London and the ‘Louvre’ in Paris.