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.
 
 

Pride of Erin - Giclee
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Pride of Erin - Giclee
 
At less than fifty yards, the men of Col. Pat Kelly’s famed Irish Brigade prepare to fire their first volley into the South Carolinians


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Railroad Cut, The - Giclee
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Railroad Cut, The - Giclee
 
The 6th Wisconsin Vol. Inf. Regiment charges the 2nd Mississippi Vol. Inf. Regiment.
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Ready to Fight Again - Giclee
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Ready to Fight Again - Giclee
 
General Robert E. Lee prepares for a Union counterattack shortly after the failure of Pickett’s Charge.

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Rebels are in Cashtown - Giclee
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Rebels are in Cashtown - Giclee
 
"Rebels are in Cashtown" June 30, 1863 Gettysburg, PA - Townspeople prepare to leave
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Remember Old Virginia - Giclee
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Remember Old Virginia - Giclee
 
Maj. Gen. George E. Pickett rides along the line of Brig. Gen. James L. Kemper’s Brigade.


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Road To Gettysburg - Giclee
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Road To Gettysburg - Giclee
 
Lt. Gen. James Longstreet and his beloved First Corps, marching to Gettysburg.


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Sad Day To Us - Giclee
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Sad Day To Us - Giclee
 
General Robert E. Lee returns to his headquarters after a weary day of battle.


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Serious Work Ahead - Giclee
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Serious Work Ahead - Giclee
 
General Robert E. Lee and General Ambrose Powell Hill in Cashtown, PA, discussing sounds of battle coming from Gettysburg.


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Sound The Charge - Giclee
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Sound The Charge - Giclee
 
Nathan Bedford Forrest at the death of his younger brother, making a decision to charge the enemy position.


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Steeped in Sorrow and Death - Giclee
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Steeped in Sorrow and Death - Giclee
 
"Steeped in Sorrow and Death" July 5, 1863 - Sarah Broadhead caring for the wounded.
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Texas Pride - Giclée
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Texas Pride - Giclée
 
Elements of the 4th and 5th Texas Infantry Regiments assault the extreme left of the Union line during the bloodiest day of the Battle of Gettysburg.


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The Rebels Are in Cashtown - Giclee
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The Rebels Are in Cashtown - Giclee
 
June 30, 1863, Gettysburg, PA – Looking Southward along Baltimore St from the square to the Adams County Courthouse.
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