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"Flower Fantasy" archival prints are designed to fit standard 16"x20" mats and frames for 11"x14" images. Most large retail frame, artist supply or craft stores stock pre-cut acid-free mats and frames up to 16"x20" in a variety of colors and styles at vary reasonable prices.      
      Group two or more Flower Fantasy wall art prints together to add color and depth to your home decor. These archival prints will last a lifetime with proper care.    

About your Giclée print and how to care for it

With proper care, this archival Giclée print (pronounced zhee-clay, which is French for "to spray" ink) will last a lifetime (100 years or more before noticeable fading occurs). It should, however, be treated with the care you would give any original fine art work.

For maximum longevity, always frame the print under glass (UV filtering is best) to protect the print from environmental pollutants and never display it in direct sunlight where there is strong ultraviolet radiation. Only allow acid-free or better framing materials to come in contact with the print. Be careful not to scratch the print or get it wet because it is not coated with a sealant.

Giclée prints are widely accepted at museums and galleries. Many museums in the United States and abroad have either mounted exhibitions of Giclée prints or purchased prints for their permanent collections. These include: the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), the Guggenheim (New York), The Museum of Fine Art (Boston), The Philadelphia Museum, and The Smithsonian Institute. Additionally, many distinguished photographers and artists, among them: Andrew Wyeth, Jamie Wyeth, Joyce Tennison, Peter Ralston, Hans Neleman, Raymond Meeks, Dennis Schultz, Peter Nelson and Richard Avedon produce works that are Giclée printed.

All Photography by C.H. Brittenham Jr. - Copyright ©2006 C. H. Brittenham Jr. - All Rights Reserved - ALL SALES ARE FINAL