London, August 25: Amsterdam's Van Gogh museum has come up with high-quality 3D replicas of some of the Dutch painter's finest paintings.
The replicas come with a price tag of 22,000 pounds.
The museum's director, Axel Ruger, said that if you're a layman, the reproductions are pretty indistinguishable from the originals, but if you're a connoisseur and you look more closely, you can see the difference, the Guardian reported.
The museum has partnered up with Fujifilm to create the replicas, called Relievos, with the help of a complex technology, known as Reliefography, that it has taken more than 7 years to develop and only three a day can be made.
The 3D scanning technique has so far reproduced Almond Blossom (1890), Sunflowers (1889), The Harvest (1888), Wheatfield under Thunderclouds (1890) and Boulevard de Clichy (1887). (ANI)