Giclée Prints are Museum-quality Fine-Art reproductions, also called “Archival-Prints”. These artworks are made with an ultra-high-resolution inkjet printer, using the very finest archival inks and papers. These papers are acid free and consists of a 100% rag (cotton) base.
I have my artwork professionally photographed or scanned. My publisher/printer will adjust the color, therefore the prints will look exactly the same as the originals. These prints are generally referred to as digital reproductions or copies of original works of art.
I offer these prints as affordable alternatives to the more expensive originals. The giglée prints are signed unlimited editions, therefore I can offer them at lower prices.
“Going to Post at Great Meadow” is reproduced in it’s original size: a 20″ x 24″ image on 25″ x 29″ Elegance Velvet paper. The print will have a 2.5″ border all around.
Smaller sizes are available upon request.
The print is hand signed “Baarns” on the right side underneath the image. The title “Going to Post at Great Meadow” is hand signed and centered underneath the image.
About the image
The painting was inspired by a photograph I took while standing in the infield of the VA Gold Cup. I changed the silks of the jockeys to Mr. Church favorite race horse owners. The title of the painting is also know as “Chucky Church’s Field of Dreams”.