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THE PROCESS: TECHNOLOGY MEETS CRAFTSMANSHIP

Each and every RELIEVO is the outcome of a very complex process that brings together state-of-the-art Fujifilm technology, a team of expert craftspeople and premium quality materials. Each step of this process is completed with meticulous care and a passion for perfection to achieve the finest art reproductions ever before produced.

Every RELIEVO is the product of state-of-the-art technology, skilled craftsmanship and expert certification.

5 steps to perfection

IMAGE CAPTURING

 

The original is scanned using advanced image capturing technology, gathering extremely detailed information about the exact structure, relief and colours of the image. While our team does require direct access to the unframed original, at no time is there ever any contact with the artwork, nor is the capturing process harmful in any way.

DATA PROCESSING


The data captured from the original work is then compiled and processed via powerful software to create a detailed virtual model of the artwork.

REPRODUCTION


This model is then used to produce a full-size replica of the artwork in all its detail and complexity. In addition to reproducing the unique colours and structure of the surface of the painting, the RELIEVO also matches the original frame and rear of the painting, including any writing, stamps, seals or other images and information.


APPROVAL


An external expert is engaged to compare the RELIEVO with the original artwork, paying particular attention to colour matching and other details to ensure maximum fidelity. Only when all criteria are met is the replica officially approved as a genuine RELIEVO.

PROTECTION


Every RELIEVO comes with built-in anti-counterfeit protection and a certificate certifying that the work is a genuine RELIEVO.

Van Gogh Museum

9 masterpieces have been reproduced in a limited series of 260 pieces each and are being sold by the Museum all over the world. They are presented in a high quality box and accompanied by a certificate from the experts of the Museum.