Artist Zhuang Huibi's painting 5x7 copy painting multi-function picture frame money tube collection box

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Artist Zhuang Huibi's painting 5x7 copy painting multi-function picture frame money tube collection box

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**Artist Zhuang Huibi's painting 5x7 reproduction multi-function picture frame money box collection box│Life should be beautiful│Space is also│Praise, thanks, blessing gift** **Kind tips** **The shopping cart remarks column must fill in the number of the painting you want to buy before the order is established** **Multifunctional picture frame money box collection box** Brush stroke texture. The fine lines and brush strokes are vivid and powerful, and the brush layers are scattered and ordered, which skillfully shows the special texture of oil painting medium, the color is lasting and bright, and the shape is sturdy and durable. **Save together to keep money from getting lost** It can be used as a money box or as a decoration, which can cultivate a good habit of saving, and it is a good choice for gift or personal use. **【Artist introduction】** **Zhuang Huibi** Green energy architectural designer, with 26 patents in Germany, joined the LA USGBC leed Green Energy Association in the United States, and integrated the concept of green energy architectural design and paperless office, no tree cutting, planting more trees, and carbon reduction through his works for many years. The exhibition will be promoted at IMM in Germany, Big Sight in Japan, and Mebel in Russia. In 1990, 2 American English after-school schools were established In 2005, the Taiwan Animation Association was established. Through the establishment of the animation website and the International Animation Film Festival film of the Press Bureau, and invited French and British animation directors to co-organize the International Animation Film Festival, the animation film was successfully promoted in 20 schools and libraries across the country. In 2006, hosted the radio for 2 years Completed the design of the first container green energy commercial building in Long Beach, USA in 2016 (Translated with permission of Mr. Zhuang Huibi's paintings) **【Product Information】** Number: 303-1021 Product Name: Artist Zhuang Huibi's painting 5x7 copy painting multi-functional picture frame money box collection box Size: picture frame outer diameter width 14.2*height 18.5*thickness 5.5cm drawing paper (16.6*12.8cm photo paper printing) Material: photo paper printing, wooden frame Origin: Made in Taiwan, frame imported from mainland China **copy artwork** Explanation of terms: Reproduction of artworks refers to the secondary products of artworks, usually reproduced mechanically, and distributed as a commercial. Includes: collage, marquetry, fabric, print, reproduction in watercolor and oil. Reproduction of ornaments and decorative designs dates back to prehistoric times, and secondary reproductions of Western art did not become widespread until paper became affordable and plentiful. Before the use of paper, the reproduction of works of art was only by imitators, but in the process of copying the original on the canvas; there were often slight deviations from the original painting. In the 15th century, when paper became fairly readily available, the first mass-produced copies were made by woodblock printing, and later copperblock printing enhanced the imitation of the original in detail. However, both woodblock and copperplate printing can only be reproduced in a single color (usually black). In the 16th and 17th centuries, the technology of block printing began to innovate, and people began to try to add light and shade and color. Another copperplate engraving (Mezzotint) and copperplate etching (Aguatint) technology began to develop. At the end of the 19th century, photographic processing replaced various engraving techniques and was widely used to reproduce works of art. However, early photography was still unable to fully reproduce the original colors, but with the development of special cameras, negatives, developing procedures, photographic papers, filters and photo printing processes, it became more and more feasible to faithfully reproduce the colors and textures of works of art . In the 1970s and 1980s it was even possible to more accurately reproduce the color and texture of the original by using electronic or laser scanning. The method most commonly used for color reproduction is called color photoengraving or photoengraving. In photolithography, the original work is photographed into an image, analyzed through colored filters, and a color disk of various ink colors is used to print the final product with various color disks. Provides a transparent feel to the treated ink, and when all the palettes are filled with the appropriate ink color, the color of the original will actually be reproduced. The vibrancy of the reproduction is thus controlled by the texture of the filter, the color palette of the printing process, and the viscosity of the ink. At present, the quality of reproduction of works of art has developed to the point where professional replicators can reproduce the original without error. In the late 1950s and 1960s, reproduction artworks began to be favored by public libraries in the United Kingdom and the United States, and developed into materials available for circulation. School and university libraries also began lending framed or padded reproductions in the 1960s; research libraries, art libraries, and museums were able to make reproductions available to students or researchers for years of study, but did not lend them out. Replica of the frame. In fact, some public libraries have developed audiovisual research collections as early as 1901, notably the Newark Public Library and the Westport Public Library. **Citation: National Institute of Education**

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The brush strokes are textured and slender, with vivid and powerful line strokes and scattered brush layers, subtly showing the special texture of the oil painting medium, the color is lasting and bright, and the shape is sturdy and durable. Save together to keep money from getting lost, It can be used as a money box or as a decoration and a collection box, which can cultivate a good habit of saving. It is a good choice for you to give gifts or use for yourself.

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