Giclée print - First Map ‘Endeavour with Canoes’
Limited Edition signed Giclée print by David Elliot - only 200 in total.
Shows the Endeavour from the book First Map: How James Cook Charted Aotearoa New Zealand, written by Tessa Duder and illustrated by David Elliot.
This is one of six beautiful illustrations from the book now available as high-quality, limited edition Giclée prints.
- Paper size: 295 mm x 415 mm; 11.6 inches x 16.6 inches
- Signed: Yes
- Framed: No
This image appears on pages 40 - 41 of First Map:
As Endeavour anchored in bays of the North Island's eastern coasts, Cook and his crew became familiar with canoes puttin gout from the shore to encircle the ship, sometimes more than forty at a time.
A Giclée (zhee-KLAY) is a superb-quality copy of an artwork or photograph. It is made using high-end 8-to-12 colour inkjet printing techniques coupled with the use of pigment inks, archival inks which maintain image stability and colour permanence better than all other known inks.