May 2019

What is a giclée print?

A giclée is the very highest quality print you can buy.  The method became popular in the second half of the 20th Century with dealers like Galerie Maeght  as it enabled them to sell the very best reproductions of works by leading artists at the fraction of the originals' price.

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How are lithographs produced?

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Portrait of a 1930s' art dealer

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Why Alvar Aalto made chairs

What is a lithograph?


Lithographs are prints that are named after their unique process and techniques. The process involves drawing with greasy crayons or a liquid called tusche, on a polished slab of limestone or aluminum plates. The term is derived from the Greek words for stone, “litho” and drawing, “graph”

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When Cendrars met Bonnard

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Why I love C20th design

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Leger and the gypsies

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How Slade House began

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What's so great about Chagall?

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The secret of British Studio pottery

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Falling in love with James Woods

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Christian Dior & the showroom dummy

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