Ninety percent of the ancient artworks have disappeared forever, and most of the paintings have been preserved in major museums.
Even now, there is no better way for Museums to permanently preserve paintings. Axel Ruger, curator of van-Gogh-Museums in Amsterdam, once tried to scan Van Gogh’s paintings and upload them to his website, but was attacked by hackers. Van Gogh’s self-portraits and other paintings were spoofed.
“If these problems cannot be solved, in the future world, people will eventually lose these works, leaving only the names of the paintings, which are indistinguishable from replicas on the Internet.” Axel Rüger said worriedly.
Axel Rüger’s friend William is an NFT artist. When William explained the NFT technology, Axel Rüger was very interested and invited him to do NFT forging on the works of the museum, and stored these artworks permanently on the Ethereum network. Moreover, no one in the world can modify the images, sources and creation time, which undoubtedly solved Axel Rüger’s problem.
William has already received several offers from museums, with paintings by Van Gogh, Picasso and even Leonardo da Vinci, forged into NFT versions.
William has already received several offers from museums, with paintings by Van Gogh, Picasso and even Leonardo da Vinci, forged into NFT versions. William’s team was the first to do this work, so the paintings have the world’s earliest time stamp, and there is only one version of each work, which certainly adds to the value of the work.
These works are now being auctioned at Opensea NFT with a starting price of $39.90, which means that you have the opportunity to own Van Gogh’s NFT artworks for a fraction of the price, bearing in mind that they are worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
The following links are available for participating auctions.
Auction link of world famous oil paintings: https://opensea.io/collection/nftfortress
Auction link of famous Chinese paintings: https://opensea.io/collection/nft-fortress