"Más allá del azul" (Artificial Intelligence, 2019)
"Más allá del azul" (Artificial Intelligence, 2019)
"Más allá del azul" (Artificial Intelligence, 2019)
"Más allá del azul" (Artificial Intelligence, 2019)
"Más allá del azul" (Artificial Intelligence, 2019)
"Más allá del azul" (Artificial Intelligence, 2019)
"Más allá del azul" (Artificial Intelligence, 2019)
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"Más allá del azul" (Artificial Intelligence, 2019)

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Más allá del azul is a landscape artwork created by Alicia, our Artificial Intelligence artist, in 2019. In order to create this artwork, Alicia studied during 1200 hours over 20.000 paintings from renowned artists between XV-XIX centuries, and learned their techniques.

The result is this unique artwork that has been carefully selected and printed in canvas. It comes with a Uniqueness Certificate that guarantees that this artwork is one of a kind and no other copies will ever be sold.

Canvas specifications:
• 40.6 x 40.6 cm / 16 x 16 inches
• Unframed
• Matte finish coating
• Acid-free, PH neutral, poly-cotton base
 20.5 mil thick canvas, 470 g/m²
 Mounting brackets included
 Hand glued solid wood stretcher bars
 Printed on textured and fade-resistant canvas (OBA-Free)
 1.5" deep

Generation process:
• Algorithm inspired by DCGAN research paper (MIT license)
• Trained with over 20.000 public domain paintings from Met Museum and WikiArt