A detail of a copy of the Vincent Van Gogh painting "Sunflowers" (1889) is seen in this handout photo provided by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam to Reuters on September 11, 2013. The Van Gogh museum... more 
A detail of a copy of the Vincent Van Gogh painting "Sunflowers" (1889) is seen in this handout photo provided by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam to Reuters on September 11, 2013. The Van Gogh museum hopes to raise tens of millions of euros from the sale of new, three-dimensional reproductions of the Dutch artist's works - faithful copies even down to the texture of the brush strokes and the official stamps stuck to the back of the frame - to fund its own renovation work and research. The copies, called "Relievos", are not painted but are produced using a new technique developed with Fujifilm called Reliefography, which combines a three-dimensional scan of the painting with a high-resolution print. The Van Gogh Museum picked five of Van Gogh's most famous works for the first set of Relievos, including "Almond blossom" (1890), "Wheatfield under thunderclouds" (1890), "Boulevard de Clichy (1887), "Sunflowers" (1889) and "The Harvest" (1888). REUTERS/Detail of Relievo Sunflowers. Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam/Handout via Reuters (NETHERLANDS - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. NO SALES. NO ARCHIVES. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. MANDATORY CREDIT less 
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