A black velvet painting produced in Japan in the early 1900s hangs at the Velveteria: The Museum of Velvet Paintings in Portland, Oregon June 24, 2009. This piece is the oldest painting in the collection of curators Carl Baldwin and Caren Anderson who own more than 2000 pieces. The 350 velvet paintings that show at the museum range in value from a few dollars to several thousand dollars.
A black velvet painting produced in Japan in the early 1900s hangs at the Velveteria: The Museum of Velvet Paintings in Portland, Oregon June 24, 2009. This piece is the oldest painting in the collection of curators Carl Baldwin and Caren Anderson who own more than 2000 pieces. The 350 velvet paintings that show at the museum range in value from a few dollars to several thousand dollars.
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