Today, images reproduced using the Giclée Process are of such a high quality that they can be found on display at museums around the world, including The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, The Louvre, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Guggenheim. The Lazarus Group offers premium-quality art and photographic reproduction services based upon the Giclée Process. The French term "giclée" (pronounced jhee-clay) means "to spray ink." The Giclée Process was originally developed in 1989 as a digital alternative to traditional lithographic reproduction. Original artwork is scanned, converted to a digital file, color corrected and then output using a high resolution inkjet printer.