Vladimir Center for Fine Arts presented to the public reproductions of Van Gogh’s works, made in digital giclee technology Automatic translate
VLADIMIR. Guests of the Center for Fine Arts had the opportunity to join the work of Vincent Van Gogh, the famous Dutch impressionism. On July 14, the exhibition “Symphony of Color” opened in the halls of the Center. The exhibition features 70 reproductions of paintings owned by world celebrities.
Reproductions displayed at the exhibition can not be distinguished from genuine canvases even at first glance by professionals. To create reproductions, modern giclee technology is used, which allows you to create copies of paintings that reproduce originals with maximum accuracy.
Workmanship and color reproduction are fully consistent with the original work. Amazing digital technology allows viewers to literally get in touch with art. When you touch the reproductions with your hand, you can feel the texture of the smear. It seems a mystery how this effect is achieved, but even the artist’s signature in the picture seems to have been applied to it recently.
One of the reproductions included in the exhibition was the famous painting “Boats at Saint-Marie”. This canvas, one of the 14 works of Van Gogh stored in Russia, is in the Pushkin Museum. Pushkin. Not every lover of art has the opportunity to go to the capital’s museum to get acquainted with the original.
An exhibition of reproductions made in innovative technology makes it possible to get acquainted with a masterpiece written by a Dutch genius without leaving Vladimir. Of course, a professional will be able to catch the difference between a copy and an original canvas, but for ordinary art lovers this is not so important.
In total, 70 reproductions reflecting different periods of the celebrity’s work are displayed in the exhibition halls. Entrance to the exhibition, open until August 6, is free.
Ludmila Trautmane © Gallerix.ru
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