Many of Paul Bosman's African and North American wildlife paintings have been reproduced through a revolutionary new printing process known as Giclée prints. Giclée - pronounced ghee-clay - comes from the French word meaning "the spraying of paint" and refers to a computerised printing technology. It is the closest duplication of an original work of art that is human, mechanically and technically possible. Apart from the precise duplication, the process allows one to reproduce any image on paper or canvas.
Thanks to this amazing
new process, any painting you enjoy can be reproduced as a Giclée.