Meissen, Germany. 25th Jan, 2016. Andre Brendle of the Saxony association of the blind and visually impaired touches the painting 'The ceremonial entry of the charcoal burner and the freed princes after Altenburg' by Ernst Erwin Oehme from 1877 following a press conference on the presentation of several 3D painting palpation models at Albrechtsburg castle in Meissen, Germany, 25 January 2016. Three paintings by Anton Dietrich and three by Ernst Erwin Oehme created between 1897 and 1907 have been rendered into a total of six three-dimensional models. Photo: ARNO BURGI/dpa/Alamy Live News

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Meissen, Germany. 25th Jan, 2016. Andre Brendle of the Saxony association of the blind and visually impaired touches the painting 'The ceremonial entry of the charcoal burner and the freed princes after Altenburg' by Ernst Erwin Oehme from 1877 following a press conference on the presentation of several 3D painting palpation models at Albrechtsburg castle in Meissen, Germany, 25 January 2016. Three paintings by Anton Dietrich and three by Ernst Erwin Oehme created between 1897 and 1907 have been rendered into a total of six three-dimensional models. Photo: ARNO BURGI/dpa/Alamy Live News
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