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Gerald Brimacombe

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The Giclée

Known internationally for his scenic images, Gerald Brimacombe brings a new dimension to the fine art marketplace with his stunning series of original museum quality giclée prints.  Starting with his original photograph, his giclées are created, controlled and printed entirely by the artist in his studio on a Canon wide-format, 12-color printer.  The new hybrid works are printed in small signed editions on the highest quality heavyweight fine art acid-free paper with archival (non-fading) pigmented inks.  His original giclées are museum quality, continuous-tone images that display a brilliance unobtainable through more traditional printing methods.  This new technology has revolutionized the perceived value of the photograph, and enables the artist to exercise an aesthetic control over his images that simply was not possible until the introduction of this advanced printing method.  His giclées are available in the following sheet sizes: 17" x 22", 24" x 36" and 30" x 40". 

Brimacombe has traveled throughout much of the world on a variety of assignments for magazines, cruise lines, airlines, advertising agencies and major corporations.  In addition to his fine art prints, his photographs have graced the pages and covers of many signature calendars, posters, magazines, books, marketing brochures, cruise line catalogs, major ad campaigns and corporate annual reports.  As a long-time special assignment photographer for LIFE Magazine, his images continue to appear in LIFE Special Editions, including a series in a recent issue, "America the Beautiful".  He is able to draw on his extensive, ever-growing library of scenic photographs to support his unique series of original giclées.

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Please note that it is neither necessary nor advisable to spray or otherwise treat these fine art prints to preserve them.  Doing so will eventually yellow and deteriorate the image.  When framing giclées, mounting behind museum glass is strongly advised.


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