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Giclée is a French word pronounced gee-clay. They take several hours to print as the microscopic spray drops are the same size as a red corpuscle. Some of the most prestigious museums are purchasing giclée reproductions of irreplaceable art pieces for public display.
A giclée is the next best thing to owning a Mackin original. They are printed on premium canvas with archival pigmented inks, and then are UV coated. Giclées can be stretched and framed the same way you would an original painting.
Dan Mackin personally inspects, hand signs, and numbers each canvas. Most of the giclées are offered in two sizes with a few being offered in as many as three sizes.
Artist proofs and Studio proofs are hand highlighted by Mackin and can be customized with a dolphin, boat, or turtle for example, to add a personal touch to your artwork.
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World-renowned artist famed for painting scenes from his exotic trips in the Caribbean and South Pacific.