What is a giclée print?

Giclée (pronounced zhee-CLAY) prints are a recognized fine art print category,
like lithographs and serigraphs, and are considered by many to be the world's
best method of reproducing original works of art.  Made with artists' materials,
giclée prints look and feel like the original art.  These fine art prints are
commonly found in museums and art galleries.  

Images are generated from high-resolution digital scans of the original watercolor
painting and printed with archival quality inks on 100% cotton fiber watercolor
paper (the same type of paper used for the original work of art).  
© 2006 Susan Vint-Schilling