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Have you seen our Caribbean Art Collection?

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Have you seen our Caribbean Art Collection? Take a look at these colorful umbrellas and more from Lynne Bernbaum at

Ragan Gennusa "Pardners"

Add to your art collection the latest longhorn giclee from award winning western artist Ragan Gennusa.  Two old "Pardners" majestically stand next to a well trodden water hole along the creek.  Available in 24x16, 36x24, 48x32 & 60x40 signed and numbered canvas giclees. A very limited amount of artist proofs are available in 26x16, 36x24 & 48x32.

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Introducing Dewayne Sheppard's Fort Worth Cityscapes

We are proud to announce the addition of the fine works of Dewayne Sheppard and his eclectic scenes of downtownFort Worth, Texas.

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Brian Loker Vindage Indian Motorcycle Art Now at American Giclee Gallery

The first in series of Brian Loker's Vintage Indian Motorcycle Canvas Giclee prints, "Pretty-Fast" is now available at American Giclee Art Gallery.  Available in two sizes, 24x32 for $485 and 30x40 for $640.Brian Loker had this to say about this painting' "this painting including a 1939 Indian and P-51 Mustang was created to depict an [...]

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New Lower Prices on R. W. Hedge Giclees

NEW lower prices for all R. W. Hedge giclees. R. W. Hedge is known for his finely detail paintings and brilliant use of color.  Choose from Texas Hill Country and Bluebonnet paintings, Buffalo, Deer, Fox, Wolf and eagle paintings, Great American Landscape paintings of the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone National Park, the Yukon, and Death Valley. [...]

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Giclee History Lesson

The History of Giclee Printing?Giclée literally means spray. It is pronounced "gee-clay". The term was coined in the 1980's by art producers experimenting with the then new inkjet printing technology. The art world fell in love with inkjet because the jet or spray of ink was so fine that there was no [...]

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Watch this video of the First Step of Producing a Quality Giclee

At American Giclee Art Gallery, we produce the art we sell. Each painting is scanned using our Cruse Scanner.  The Cruse Scanner is possibly the best device for scanning fine art originals. The scan head sits above the the scan bed and never contacts your painting. The scanner has 5 different ways of [...]

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