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The origins of digital oil painting

The invention of the digital oil painting set was made in the United States in the 1950s.

It was conceived by Max S. Klein, an engineer, and Dan Robbins, an artist.

It was produced and sold by Max's paint company Palmer Paint.

It sold an astonishing 12 million units on the market.

The slogan that struck a chord at the time was.

"A BEAUTIFUL OIL PAINTING THE FIRST TIME YOU TRY".
The trend for digital oil painting

Digital oil painting was hugely popular in post-war America.

As the economy recovered after the war, people spent more time relaxing and, fuelled by the democratic ideology of the time

"Anyone can paint a beautiful picture" and digital painting became a popular form of entertainment in the early 1950s.



This trend spread to Europe and America, and many commercial artists were able to create works that were even more far-reaching.

Most importantly, he helped many people who had not been exposed to the art of painting to enjoy creating works of art.


Recent digital painting events and collections

1992 and 2001: An exhibition of digital paintings by contemporary artist Michael O'Donoghue was shown in New York, and these older digital paintings were revitalised by the internet.

2008: A private collector establishes the Paint By Number Museum in Massachusetts, the world's largest digital oil painting museum, with a collection of 6,000 digital oil paintings from the 1950s to the present day.

2011: The Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA, a museum of iconic status for contemporary art) acquired four of the earliest digital oil paintings issued by Max Krane.
Digital oil painting has become a contemporary form of artistic expression.

2011: The originator of digital painting, Palmer Paint, and its key promoter, Dan Robbins, released the 60th anniversary collection set 'Gone But Not Forgotten 2001', which commemorates the survivors and victims of 9/11 in the United States and depicts the spirit of the Twin Towers still standing. The spirit of the Twin Towers still stands on the Manhattan skyline.
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