What are Fine Art Prints or Museum Quality Prints?
As per today’s definition, a Fine Art Print is most often a high-quality inkjet print.
These are commonly printed from digital pictures on an acid-free paper using archival inks.
As per many professionals, there are three qualities in a print to be called a Fine Art or a Museum Quality print.
- It has to have the accuracy and subtlety of color, tonality, and contrast
- It has to be printed on a quality paper that both, supports and enhances the – mood, feeling and impact of the image
- The print has to have the archival properties and durability, that will ensure its longevity as a piece of art.
Now there is another term Giclèe, which again is quite commonly used. What does that mean?