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» Giclée is a French feminine noun translating into spray of liquid. Giclée (pronounced “zhee-klay”) became the fine art replication system artists were sure to add to their reproduction descriptions which equated with quality fine art. First coined by print maker Jack Duganne in 1991, Duganne worked for Nash Editions using the printer IRIS. He wanted a term which, in a word, generated images of high resolution digital scans. These scans were made with archival quality inks and transferred to receivers such as canvas, fine art and photo-based paper. In today’s social media market quality is key to getting your fine arts or photography pieces to the front of the class.