The term “giclee” is derived from the French for “spray” and was first coined by Jack Duganne, a printmaker, to represent an inkjet-based digital print used as fine art.

Bockingford Watercolour Paper
190 gsm – Matt Textured
Bockingford is a beautiful English watercolour paper, traditionally made on a cylinder mould machine at St Cuthberts Mill in Somerset. This is a high quality acid free paper made to archival standards and has an attractive surface that is created using natural woollen felts that give it a distinctive random texture. It is an ideal paper for reproductions of traditional artworks.

All prints have an actual image size of 10 x 7 inches with a one inch white border all round, giving a paper size of 12 x 9 inches. There is also the option of mounting within a bevel cut window with a two inch border to fit a standard frame size of 14 x 11 inches.