As close to the original as “desired” or as can be
Masterclass Museum Quality “as close to the original as desired” requires fine craftsmanship in addition to artistic talent. But what does museum quality mean and how do you define an original? Or what does it mean if commissioned impressionist style pictures are hand painted in incredible museum quality and as close to the original masterpiece as “desired”, or as can be?
The term museum quality is used if the materials used, such as canvas, stretcher frames and the consistence of paint colours can be regarded safe for subjective long-term preservation a piece of art can be considered “museum quality”. The opinions of curators and possibly also social and other relations within the art market are considered decisive factors as to what can and ultimately will be exhibited in a museum. At times strategic, market or political interests influence such decisions.
In the South of France there seems to be a revival of the Impressionist Movement that happened there before, a century ago. If you did not get the last bid in an auction, of an van Gogh, Renoir, Bonnard, Monet, Gauguin, Cézanne, Signac, or Modigliani, you now can have the genuine next best art experience created for you, and yes, in museum quality. An eligible collector can have the experience of a new impressionist masterpiece on a century old base to physically possess and enjoy the beauty of a desired personal masterpiece with investment potential.
As close to the original, or as “desired” to be, they virtually create an aesthetically pleasing layer of new impressionism. For their Art Installation they recycle 100-year-old original oil paintings and paint right over it! What they call an aesthetically pleasing protective layer will cause the original picture to disappear forever with new French Impressionist Art of choice evolving in Master Class Museum Quality as the top layer. It is this new top layer that makes the centuries-old painting invisible, inheriting from its foundation the potential for future value appreciation.
If this new and in its substance century old piece of art will ever be displayed in a museum, is up to the owner and the way he or she wants to make a masterpiece visible. But it certainly has the potential. The Digital Evolution fundamentally changes how galleries and museums work, how visitors experience art and visionaries collect and own art tomorrow. As with the fundamental strategy behind decentralize banking and crypto currency on the blockchain also museums will change and offer a decentralized platform available in the digital world. New types of museums will evolve through Virtual Reality and offer completely new possibilities for art lovers. This will free boundaries, restrictions, and enables completely new possibilities to exhibit and view art in digital museums. This will also change the meaning behind “museum quality” and how this phrase is applied in the digital world and more sounds like “non-fungible”.