A giclée reproduction of a Block Island map. Striking creations of digital technology, giclées are made by precisely scanning a work of art and then spraying millions of microscopic ink droplets in exact replication of the original. They are reproductions of the highest quality, often preferred over lithographs and serigraphs by museums. The richly saturated color is guaranteed not to fade. Printed on fine art paper and presented in a barn wood frame.