The price range of giclee prints presented in our galley is broad. Fine art professional will not find it odd, while collectors and first time art buyers might wonder where these prices come from. Giclee editions industry is fairly new comparing to the conventional limited editions industry. Therefore the price structure is new.
Ultimately the prices are decided upon by a publisher and an artist. The final numbers are based on the edition size, print size, artist's visibility on the market and sales history, and other minor variables.
Generally giclees are more expensive then posters and less expensive then original, excluding some old unique collectible posters. Unknown artists, who's original have small value, some times find that the prices of theirs giclees almost reach the range of the prices of their originals. Limited Editions are more expensive then Open Editions, since Limited Editions present elite scheme of numbering, hand signing and certifying the prints.
The prices between photography giclee and giclee reproduced from paintings are not different. They still depend on the artist's career point, edition number and print size.