Giclée
 
  (pronounced ghee-clay) is a digitally printed canvas that has the look of an original oil painting. In the giclée printing process, original artwork is reproduced by spraying fine streams of ink onto canvas using the Roland Hi-Fi Jet Printer. This process creates canvas prints with a higher resolution & a greater dynamic color range than other common printing processes. A Gallon giclée is framed like an original without glass with a wide frame. Also, Dale can paint on the canvas to "Enhance" it. Giclées are larger or smaller than the limited edition prints and are never the same size as the original. They are in a very limited edition (never over 100) & are signed and numbered by Dale.

**Special Note: A giclée can be made on any Gallon image. Please contact us if you would like to create a giclée on your favorite image.
 
 

Drummer, The - Giclee
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Drummer, The - Giclee
 
The Drummer depicts one of the many youthful soldiers who viewed their experience in the Civil War as an all-consuming part of their lives.


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Price: $950.00
 

Essayons: Engineers at Fredericksburg - Giclee
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Essayons: Engineers at Fredericksburg - Giclee
 
Soldiers of the Fiftieth New York Engineers try unsuccessfully to complete their pontoon bridge under fire.


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Price: $850.00
 

Expecting A Battle - Giclee
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Expecting A Battle - Giclee
 
Major General George G. Meade speaks to Major General Winfield S. Hancock of the Second Corps.


Framing:
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Price: $850.00
 

Eyes of the Army of the Potomac - Giclee
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Eyes of the Army of the Potomac - Giclee
 
"Eyes of the Army of the Potomac" June 30, 1863 Gettysburg, PA - Buford is briefed on the Army of Northern VA's positions.
Framing:
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Price: $850.00
 

Fairfields - Giclee
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Fairfields - Giclee
 
Stuart’s cavalry raiding in Adams County, PA in the fall of 1862.

Framing:
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Price: $850.00
 

Fighting on the Ridges - Giclee
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Fighting on the Ridges - Giclee
 
"Fighting on the Ridges" July 1, 1863 Gettysburg, PA - Iverson's Brigade about to be engaged by units of the Union First Corps
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Price: $850.00
 

Fight'n Irish - Giclée
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Fight'n Irish - Giclée
 
Celebrating the Gallantry and Bravery of the Irish Brigade.


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Price: $850.00
 

Final Glory - Giclee
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Final Glory - Giclee
 
Iron Brigade routing and capturing part of Archer’s Brigade of A. P. Hill’s Corps, in Herbst’s Woodlot on July 1, 1863 in Gettysburg.

Framing:
Price: $1,500.00
 

For Distinguished Gallantry - Giclee
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For Distinguished Gallantry - Giclee
 
Lieut. Edward B. Williston moves a 12lb. napoleon cannon forward onto the skirmish line to repel a Confederate ground assault.


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Price: $850.00
 

For The Cause - Giclee
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For The Cause - Giclee
 
The Confederate Army is about to disintegrate, when General Robert E. Lee appears with battleflag and stirs his men to the quick


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Price: $850.00
 

Forward With The Colors - Giclee
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Forward With The Colors - Giclee
 
Brig. Gen. Lewis A. Armistead leads the gallant remnants of Pickett’s Division into the Union lines at the "High Water Mark" at Gettysburg.


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Price: $850.00
 

Gettysburg - 150th Anniversary - Giclee
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Gettysburg - 150th Anniversary - Giclee
 
Lt. Alonzo Cushing fires canister at Garnett’s Brigade of Pickett’s Division, Army of Northern Virginia.
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Price: $850.00
 

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