Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Giclée printing?

What is Giclée printing?

Giclée printing is a computerized technique for reproducing artwork using a digital file and a special ink jet printer which uses acrylic, oil paints or ink. This reproduction process results in an extremely high level of color and image accuracy.

Artwork by Gerhard Richter

Francis Bacon

Lying Figure (small), 1969-2015

Limited Edition Print

Giclée printing

EUR 7,500

Francis Bacon

Lying Figure (large), 1969-2015

Limited Edition Print

Giclée printing

EUR 25,000

Francis Bacon

Portrait of Georges Dyer Riding a Bicycle (large), 1966-2015

Limited Edition Print

Giclée printing

EUR 25,000

Huang Yan

Temple of Heaven, 2008

Limited Edition Print

Giclée printing

USD 940

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Grupo Ruptura

Grupo Ruptura was an organization formed in Brazil by artists who wished to break away from the old forms of naturalist painting in favor of geometric abstract art. The seven published their Ruptura Manifesto, early in the 1950s, advocating “new art for a new country”.

New Media Art

Genre encompassing all artworks created through the technologies of the new media including computer graphics, digital art, virtual art, internet art, computer animation, video games, 3D printing and computer robotics. Concerns under new media are mostly derived from mas media, telecommunications and the modes of digital electronic for delivering the works include practices that range from installation to performance, virtual to conceptual art.

Digital Art

An artistic practice or work that makes use of digital technology as a fundamental part of the creation and presentation process. Several different names have been used since 1970s to describe this process including multimedia and computer art. The digital art in itself is included in the large art umbrella called "the new media art" that has brought changes to the art industry. In fact, technology has completely transformed painting, drawing, sound/music and sculpture art into new digital forms.

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