St. Nicholas the Miracleworker - Giclèe Artisan Canvas Print 9.25" x 12.5"
The 9.5" x 12.5" original was painted in the Church of St. Gregory of Nyssa in San Francisco, California by the hand of Maria-Tina Karamanlakis using traditional Byzantine Icon painting techniques and materials.
Please allow 3-4 weeks for production and delivery.
About our Giclèes:
State-of-the-art printing. This reproduction was created with an Epson 9000 series printer using a10 color UltraChrome HDR archival inkset and acid-free substrates. It is rated as stable for 75 years or better under normal indoor
Originally coined by Jack DuGanne of Nash Editions, Giclèe is the term used to describe the digitally driven ink-jet printing process for making fine art prints. The term, from the French verb gicler, means “to squirt” or “to spray”. Giclée is pronounced shee-clay.
Other Icon Gifts:
Porcelain Icon/Ornament, buttons, cards and magnets also available to spread the blessings. To learn more about having an original Icon painted for you, please contact Maria-Tina at jewelry@Maria-TinaVision.com. Thanks and Blessings!