Most of the work by Emilia Van Nest Markovich on this web site is available in limited edition,
signed Giclee prints.  The giclee print of an original pastel collage with gold leaf is printed with
archival pigment inks on archival Hahemuhle (William Turner) fine art paper. Gold leafing is
reworked onto the giclee print. The prints are signed and numbered and limited to an edition of
50. Giclees are usually about a third of the cost of an original.  Please contact the artist for
more information and purchases.

"Giclee (pronounced jhee-clay) reproductions were originally developed in 1989 as a digital
method of fine art printing.  The French word "Giclee " means "to spray ink."  Original artwork
is converted into digital format, stored in the computer, and then sent directly to a
high-resolution inkjet printer .  Giclee prints are now found in the finest galleries.  Reputable
museums around the world, including the Louvre, New York's Metropolitan Museum, and the
Guggenheim, display Giclees as part of their collections."

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