ABOUT OUR GICLÉES
At The Illustrated Gallery, it is our goal to share with you our love for illustration art, at a price that’s comfortable for you. With this in mind, for a limited time, our gallery is offering Giclee Printing Services at very affordable pricing. The Illustrated Gallery's Limited Edition Giclée's are made of the finest quality meant to bring joy that lasts a lifetime.
If you are not familiar with a Giclée, it's an extremely high-resolution print, produced from many colors of fade-resistant pigment ink. This results in a museum-quality, archival print made to last a lifetime. We encourage you to shop around our competitors, we are confident that you won’t find comparable quality at a better price. Our professionally trained staff ensures the color accuracy of your reproduction.
We are confident our uniquely custom Gicleé program will help make any office or home stand out for an affordable price. The Illustrated Gallery promises to send you the finest quality products and provide you with outstanding customer service along the way.
We invite you to speak to someone on our Printing Services team if you have any custom size or frame needs. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any further questions or concerns.
OUR FRAMING OPTIONSPlain Canvas (No Frame)
We use cutting-edge printing equipment and the highest-quality materials to ensure we exceed your expectations with our Giclée printed on canvas. Unframed canvases will include an additional two inches of blank white canvas beyond each edge to assist with framing. For example, if you order a 20" x 14" unframed canvas, you will receive a 24" x 18" canvas with a 20" x 14" printed area. In whole, this purchase would come with your choice of Giclée on canvas, no frame or stretchers, rolled up and sent out to your address.
If you decide you would like your Giclée framed, you can purchase one of these state of the art reproductions beautifully framed with stretchers by our master framer. The Basic Frame is an affordable gold-colored frame that looks quite sleek for the affordable price tag that comes with it. To view an example of what a Giclée would look like in the Basic Frame, please click on the "Purchase Giclée" button. All in all, this purchase would come with your choice of Giclée on canvas and stretchers, in our Basic Frame
We are offering our customers two different beautifully handmade custom frames for these state of the art reproductions. They are referred to on our Giclee webpage as "Elegant Frame (Black)" and "Elegant Frame (Gold)". Both Elegant Frames are handmade and have custom carving on each corner, the only difference between the two frames is the color. Once you pick your reproduction and frame, we’ll custom-cut the frame to fit your specific piece so you can enjoy the perfect finish. All in all, this purchase would come with your choice of Giclée on canvas with stretchers, in one of our custom handmade Elegant Frames.
Custom Gicleés Available
Polo Players on Horseback, Kuppenheimer Advertisement
Oil on Canvas 23.50" x 20.75" | Lot 3936
Bonneted Lady in Church, Easter Saturday Evening Post Cover
Oil on Board 20.75" x 20.50" | Lot 4243
Thanksgiving, The Saturday Evening Post cover, November 12, 1910
Oil on Canvas Laid on Panel 24.00 x 17.25" | Lot 3767
The Great Drawing- Room Was Haunted by a Tuneful Spirit That Came and Went
Watercolor, Gouache and Charcoal on Board 26.25" x 16.50" | Lot 2794
Kimono, Saturday Evening Post Cover, February 1907
Oil on Canvas 24.00" x 18.00" | Lot 3453
Soldier's Pride, House of Kuppenheimer advertisement
Oil on Canvas 40.00" x 24.00" | Lot 4284
Community Plate for Oneida Silversmiths Ltd., Advertisement
Gouache on Board 20.75" x 29.88", Framed 49.00" x 39.00" | Lot 1002
Study for Saturday Evening Post Cover, Easter Edition
Oil on Canvas Mounted to Archival Board 18" x 14", Framed 23” x 20" | Lot 3406
"Mortmain" by Arthur Train, Book Illustration, 1918
Oil on Canvas 28.00" x 22.00" | Lot 3849
Loose Tooth, Saturday Evening Post Cover, June 22, 1912
Oil on Canvas 17.00" x 15.50", Framed 24.50" x 23.00" | Lot 3904
Easter Morning, Good Housekeeping Cover, April 1927
Mixed Media on Board 22.00" x 15.375" | Lot 3252
The Soldiers' Charge, Carter's Monthly Magazine Cover
Ink and Gouache on Paper Affixed to Board 16.50" x 12.00" | Lot 3177
Portrait of a Woman, Saturday Evening Post Cover, March 1907
11.00" x 11.00" | Lot 3720
As a Special Privilege the Zealot Bore it in Blazing
Mixed Media on Paper 24.25" x 15.50", Framed 31.35" x 22.50" | Lot 2678
Sunday In Old Catskill, Harper's New Monthly Magazine Story Illustration
Watercolor and Pencil on Board 11.00" x 15.00", Framed 17.50" x 20.50" | Lot 2190
"The Postman Always Drinks Twice", Preliminary Study for Life Magazine
Oil on Canvas 22.00" x 28.00" | Lot 4033
The Abolishing of Death, Cosmopolitan commission, 1919
Oil on Board 18.75" x 24.75", Framed 33.75" x 39.75" | Lot 3931
Basting the Turkey, Saturday Evening Post Cover Study
Oil on Canvas Laid on Board 20.25" x 15.25" | Lot 4285