This is a giclée on stretched canvas. Giclée is a term for digital ink jet printing. The quality is far greater than offset lithography because of pigmented inks that cannot be used in offset printing. These inks are many times as colorfast as offset lithographic inks and there is far more ink applied to the surface. For this reason, we recommend framing this piece like a painting, without glass.
The image size is 18″ X 28″ which is a little larger than the paper prints in this series. If hung together with the other two paper prints in the series, it looks great to have this piece in the center between the other two. This also makes a lot of sense since it is the feature piece of the ‘Shelter Series’.
The second picture shows the print framed with an off white linen liner and rustic gray wood frame and no glass.
The printed signature is just as painted onto the original canvas by Les Kouba.