A machine made print of an image or artwork – usually from a digital source. Giclee comes from the French word meaning “to spray or to spurt”. A giclee print is not a hand made print. It tends to be associated with the reproduction of art works produced in another medium, such as painting.
A specified number of identical prints making up the edition made from the same plate or plates also utilising the same paper and ink combinations, usually marked on the print 1/1, 1/2, 1/3 etc.
Chine Colle is the process of applying thin paper to a print – this can be coloured or previously printed – it is often over printed with the image during printing.
The art of the ETCHER. The action of the ETCH.
A copy or print produced by etching the surface (of a metal plate) with acid to enable the incised plate to hold ink. A print is made from the metal plate normally onto dampened paper.