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.
 
 

Joshua & Fanny - Giclée
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Joshua & Fanny - Giclée
 
Lieutenant Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain of the 20th Maine Infantry and his wife shortly before the Colonel leaves for the front.


Framing:
Price: $1,500.00
 

Lee - Giclee
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Lee - Giclee
 
General Robert E. Lee observes the retreat of the Army of the Potomac through the town of Gettysburg.


Framing:
Sizes:
Price: $850.00
 

Lincoln - Giclee
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Lincoln - Giclee
 
Portrait of Abraham Lincoln. Available only as a canvas giclee.


Framing:
Price: $650.00
 

Little Round Top and The Valley of Death - Giclee
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Little Round Top and The Valley of Death - Giclee
 
Federals and Confederates clash from Houck’s Ridge, through the Valley of Plum Run, to the slopes of Little Round Top.


Sizes:
Framing:
Price: $850.00
 

Lord of the Valley - Giclee
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Lord of the Valley - Giclee
 
Gen. Richard Taylor reports to Maj. Gen. T. J. "Stonewall" Jackson.


Sizes:
Framing:
Price: $850.00
 

Men of Iron - Giclee
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Men of Iron - Giclee
 
Col. Henry Morrow and the Iron Brigade’s 24th MI fight a desperate delaying action back to Seminary Ridge.


Framing:
Sizes:
Price: $850.00
 

Mine Eyes have seen the Glory - Giclee
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Mine Eyes have seen the Glory - Giclee
 
“Mine Eyes have seen the Glory” June 1835 - Samuel Schmucker welcomes Daniel Payne.
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Sizes:
Price: $850.00
 

Minnesota Forward - Giclee
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Minnesota Forward - Giclee
 
Gettysburg, Sundown July 2, 1863 - Along the upper reaches of Plum Run west of Cemetery Ridge.


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Sizes:
Price: $850.00
 

Not A Man Wavered - Giclee
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Not A Man Wavered - Giclee
 
The men of the 1st Minnesota stand their ground against Brig. Gen. Cadmus Wilcox’s Brigade.
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Price: $850.00
 

Of The People - Giclee
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Of The People - Giclee
 
President Abraham Lincoln Arrives at the railroad station for the dedication of the National Cemetery the following day


Framing:
Sizes:
Price: $850.00
 

Old Pete - Giclee
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Old Pete - Giclee
 
Confederate General James Longstreet surveys Union defenses just prior to Pickett’s Charge.


Framing:
Sizes:
Price: $850.00
 

Pickett's Grand Assault - Giclee
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Pickett's Grand Assault - Giclee
 
Union skirmishers begin to retreat while Pickett’s Division march as if on parade toward Union positions on Cemetery Hill at Gettysburg.

Framing:
Sizes:
Price: $850.00
 

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