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ACEO Limited Edition Giclee Print Of Original Watercolor Painting Lily Fairy

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About Aceo

ACEO is a trading card organization--the acronym stands for Art Cards, Editions and Originals. The rule for trading ACEO cards is that pieces of artwork must measure precisely 2.5 X 3.5 inches. Other than that, anything goes. Art cards include original signed paintings and limited edition works. You can find surreal sketches, watercolors, pen and ink drawings, pastels, and many more types of art.The history of portable art dates all the way back to the 1800s, when wealthy noblemen hired painters to privately portray their mistresses in the nude. They would then hire the same artists to take more socially acceptable portraits of their families and wives. Centuries later, painters create small 'calling cards' to give to other artists or potential buyers.In the late half of the 19th century, the great game of baseball introduced playing cards. Until sizes became standardized in the 1960s, a variety of sizes and shapes proliferated. The cards were packed with goodies for children, such as chewing gum, crackerjacks, and even tobacco. As card collecting became more popular and lucrative, other sports and activities got into the game. Today, even minor organizations--such as companies and schools--often put out collectible card sets to encourage name recognition and enjoyment.Whether you're an artist looking to promote your original style or a collector scanning for rare issues, you can coordinate with fellow ACEO members online. Make sure to evaluate the conditions of any cards carefully before you purchase. All editions should be signed and numbered for authenticity.