Zalipie, a village in southern Poland, is most famous for its folk art. Local artists have been covering houses in traditional floral motifs, a custom with roots back in the 18th century, when housekeepers would lighten sooty interiors of their huts by covering them with limewash. Through the 19th century the practice evolved into a habit of decorating cottages - both on the inside and on the outside - with colorful painted ornaments. The tradition has been kept up in the 20th century by dedicated artists like Felicja Curyłowa (1904-1974) and - thanks to her and her followers - to this day we can admire unique local art, and house painting contests are still held to support this live tradition. The 3D model shows an extraordinary example of a painted interior and was created based on an exhibition room in Dom Malarek (Painters’ House) in Zalipie, a cultural center that promotes traditional Zalipie folk art. Reality Capture: 833 photos in 6 hours overall processing time Music: Morning Mood by GriegThanks for the original asset creator : NANO GAMES Team
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