The series “We’re done!” refers to the breathtakingly beautiful bust “Why being born a slave?” by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (1827 – 1875).

Oilpaintings, pastel and charcoal drawings with digital neural filters, minted on the Cardano blockchain are now available on the Cardano NFT Marketplace Galaxy of Art.

We’re done! (No. 3)

Originally an oilpainting after the bust “Why being born a slave?” by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux the NFT is a visual exploration of resistance against slavery, minted on the cardano blockchain.

Why being born a slave #3.3 NFT after Carpeaux

The image you bid for is a quality .jpg file with the dimensions of 3898 x 6496 px (6.49 MB). It derives from a photograph of the original oilpainting.

If your final/winning bid is more than 800 ADA, you’ll get the original oilpainting as well (I will need your contact information in order to send it to you).

The NFT then works as a Certificate of Authenticity. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

We’re done! (No. 3.1)

The original charcoal drawing after the bust “Why being born a slave?” by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux was enhanced with neural filters and will soon be minted on the Cardano blockchain

Why being born a slave #3.3 NFT after Carpeaux

The image you bid for will be a quality .jpg file. It derives from a photograph of the original charcoal painting with added neural filters.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

We’re done! (No. 3.3)

The original charcoal drawing after the bust “Why being born a slave?” by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux was enhanced with neural filters and will soon be minted on the Cardano blockchain

Why being born a slave #3.3 NFT after Carpeaux

The image you bid for will be a quality .jpg file. It derives from a photograph of the original charcoal painting with added neural filters.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.