An archival high resolution print on watercolor paper is known as a “Giclée”. Giclée (zhee-clay) is a French term meaning "spray", indicating the method of direct ink application. Each Giclée is professionally produced one-at-a-time from a high resolution digital scan of the artwork. The resolution of these digital prints is 1,440 dots per inch, which is higher than a traditional lithographic print and has a wider color range than serigraphy. Giclée prints render deep, saturated colors and have a beautiful painterly quality that retains minute detail, subtle tints and blends – perfect to reproduce pastels, the original medium of Mr. Thornton’s work. The prints are reproduced on museum-quality acid-free archival paper with non-fading inks. This combination provides longevity for the print of up to two hundred years.