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Fine Art from England’s National Gallery On the Street, Digitally


This headline from a BBC News story, Bringing Art to Life in Print — Some of the world’s most advanced printing technology has helped bring priceless art to the streets, announced the presentation of some of the National Gallery’s most valuable art, including works by Constable and Da Vinci, as reproductions on vinyl displayed outdoors.

Of course, as with nearly all fine art printing technology, there is controversy and discourse about the equipment and the process. Disagreements aside, the publicity and surrounding attention can only help digital printing take on more luster. Check out the video below for more on the story:

 

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  1. Hello Barney,

    Yet again you have come to us with great topics and research. Thanks.

    A group of us at the Artist Printshop are discussing this very topic right now. The outside art for home shows. I’m sure Ron Kensey can shed some light on these prints.

    Thanks again Barney for all that you do for us artists.

    Brad

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