Definition of giclée in English:

giclée

Syllabification: gi·clée
Pronunciation: /ZHēˈklā
 
/
(also giclee)

noun

1A technology for fine art or photograph reproduction using a high-quality inkjet printer to make individual copies.
More example sentences
  • Others are printed using the giclee process, where long-lasting inks are laid onto various types of art papers.
  • The vast majority, 83 percent, say that more education is needed to help them inform their clients about giclee printing.
  • Newcomers to the art business today might not realize that there was not a printmaking technique called "giclee" a decade ago.
1.1A print produced using the giclée process: 65 percent of galleries now sell giclées
More example sentences
  • Today, according to the recent Art Business News POP Survey, giclees are the leading type of print art dealers and gallery owners have added to their inventories.
  • Her customers, she added, also like the look of giclees, especially those printed on canvas.
  • He recently began to distribute the work of more than 20 artists whose works are printed as giclees.

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