Sizes are standardized for pricing, and allow for some white paper around printed image. Actual image sizes vary due to proportions of the original paintings.
These are signed, limited edition giclée prints, printed with archival inks on heavy rag paper. I personally check color correction several times before accepting a final proof. Giclèe prints have now gained wide acceptance for fine art reproduction. The Louvre in Paris uses them to display work too fragile for normal exhibition.The term, from the French verb gicler, means “to spray”. Giclée is pronounced shee-clay.
18×12 & 12×18 $150
18×24 & 24×18 $200
24×36 & 36×24 $400