About the Prints


Giclee Printing

A Giclée (pronounced "zhee-clay") reproduction was originally developed as a plateless method of fine art printing. The word Giclée is French for "to spray" or "to sputter". A Giclée print is the highest quality print available today. The process consists of a one-to-one high-resolution photograph or scan of the original, a high quality printer, and high quality microfiber paper or canvas to create a reproductions that cannot be duplicated by other printing techniques. Your print will look brilliant with all of the subtle tonalities of the original image as a museum quality print.

  Left: Eagle by Bruce M. Coyle

Giclée prints are being embraced by many prominent artists and museums as a departure from traditional offset lithography.

Many well known artists are having Giclées printed, including:
  Jim Dine   Andrew & Jamie Wyeth
  Robert Rauschenburg   David Hockney
  Robert Hoffecker   Jim Buckles
...and many more.

Museums around the world now have Giclees, including:
N.Y. Metropo. Museum National Museum of Mexico
Corcoran in Wash., DC, High Museum in Atlanta
The British Museum L.A. County Museum
Museum of Mod. Art N.Y. San Fran. Mus. of Mod. Art
...and many more.

Bruce M. Coyle is now offering quality prints of images that you won't find anywhere else.

Epson Stylus Pro 10000

Welcome to the new era in wide-format photographic printing. The EPSON Stylus Pro 10000 incorporates all of the latest technologies, making it the most technologically advanced system of its kind.

With the EPSON Stylus Pro 10000, you no longer have to compromise print quality. This printer was made to produce everything from the most demanding outdoor signage to frame-worthy fine art. True 1440 x 720 dpi resolution and 5 picoliter ink droplets produces text and line-art comparable to a final press sheet.

The Epson 10000 produces durable prints that will not only last, but will look brighter than you ever dreamed. With EPSON ArchivalTM Ink technology, your prints will have noticeably higher quality, lasting for years to come.

200 Year Archival Ink

Using the newest EPSON Ink Technology, your prints will not only look brilliant, but have a lightfastness rating up to 200 years under glass. An innovative 6-color inking system provides astonishing photographic quality, especially for color blends, midtones and highlights.

These inks are specially designed for the longevity and photo-realistic requirements of artists, photographers, the graphics professions and advertising. Archival inks fight fading, the effects of UV sunlight and general degradation to deliver permanence and outstanding quality.

Left: Guardian Angel by Bruce M. Coyle


Coyle prints are offered on two different paper types:

Our Enhanced Fine Art Paper of archival quality, and is a crisp white paper with a slight texture. This paper is ideal for highly detailed prints such as our antique maps.

Our Canvas is offered in two types:
        Semi-gloss,   or
This canvas is of a cotton base and is flexible to withstand stretching while framing.

Now you can have museum quality prints of unique images at affordalbe prices, available only from Bruce M. Coyle.

Right: With Your Permission by Bruce M. Coyle