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Yes, you can! After placing your order you will receive an order confirmation via email. Within 72 hours of you placing your order, you will receive an expected delivery date. When the order ships, you will receive another email with the tracking number and a link to trace the order online with the selected carrier.

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Delivery times will depend on your location and the product ordered.  In general, delivery can be expected within 4-6 weeks.  However, if a giclée or paper print is currently in stock, you can expect it much sooner.

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A giclée (ZHEE-klay) is a high resolution digital print considered to be the world's best technique for reproducing original works of art. Giclée prints are made on original artist materials (such as canvas) and look and feel like original art. This type of art reproduction has become the new standard in the art industry and is now used to display fine art in galleries throughout the world. A giclée print is simply the closest duplication of an original artwork that is humanly, mechanically, or technically possible.

A lithograph is a high-quality print made by a process of separating the colors of an image photographically and then making metal plates that are used with a press, one for each color. Museum quality acid free paper and inks are used to ensure archival quality. 
Limited Edition lithographs are produced in a finite quantity at one time. The printing plates used to create the images are then destroyed so no additional prints can be made.