What is a Giclee?

The name, Giclée, pronounced “zhee-clay”, is a French word that literally means “spray of ink”. 

A Giclée is a high-resolution digital print made from an archival ink and media combination. It is considered to be the world’s best technique for reproducing original works of art. The rich, saturated color and sharpness of detail make the Giclée print look and feel like the original artwork, often making it difficult to distinguish between the two.

About Our Giclee Reproductions

The limited-edition Giclée reproductions offered by Stonerow Publishing, Inc. are printed on acid-free archival canvas or paper. 

Each giclée reproduction is individually numbered and a Certificate of Authenticity is provided.

How do I Care for my Giclee?

To care for your Giclée, as with any fine art reproduction, avoid areas of high humidity and direct sunlight. 

It is also recommended that you use a framer who specializes in conservation framing so that the materials used will be of the finest quality in order to help protect and preserve your new Giclée. 

General Information and Pricing

1) Available titles and sizes are listed in our on-line store under the SHOP tab.

2) In addition to the sizes listed, requests for custom sizes may be accepted providing that:

a. the dimensions do not exceed the largest dimension listed in the enclosed table, and 

b. the image proportion (height to width) remains the same.

Note that pricing for special requests will be provided upon request.

3) Pricing:

a. Small: $ 80

b. Large: $ 300

c. Jumbo: $ 350

Note that shipping and handling charges of $ 10 per order apply (continental U.S. only).

4) Each Giclée reproduction is individually numbered as one of a limited-edition run.

5) A Certificate of Authenticity is provided with each Giclée reproduction.

Ordering Information

Order through our on-line store under the SHOP tab. 

Note that you will have to choose both a size and a substrate.

1) Size (either Small, Large, or Jumbo. Actual dimensions for each giclee reproduction are listed in the product description.

2) Substrate (either Canvas or Paper)

a. Giclee reproductions on canvas are coated and varnished. They are rolled and are not mounted on board or stretcher bars and need to be affixed to a substrate prior to framing; glass is unnecessary.

b. Giclee reproductions on paper should be matted and framed under glass.


Wholesale inquiries are encouraged and welcome. 

If you are a gallery or frame shop, or are involved with home decor or decorating as a business, we would love to add you to our list of dealers. 

Please contact us for information. We look forward to hearing from you!