In fact, the concern of connoisseurs of beauty on this occasion has no basis. Digital images are based on the same laws of perspective and chiaroscuro, which were used in their work by representatives of the classical genre of fine art. And to create an image, even in JPEG format, a modern specialist requires knowledge of the basics of composition and perspective.
In March 2021, the world community was literally blown up by an event that had no precedent before: at the famous London auction 'Christie's', a digital image was bought by an unknown fan for a fabulous sum ‒ 69.34 million dollars.
Of course, when jewelry is bought under the hammer ‒ at least you can try it on, or dishes ‒ you can hold it in your hands. But in this case, millions were paid not even for the file with the picture, but for the associated unique token (NFT), a digital substitute for securities that confirms ownership of the work.
The picture is called 'Everydays: The First 5000 Days' which literally translates as 'Daily: The first 5,000 days'. She is a bright representative of digital painting, where neither a brush nor a primed canvas is used, but only computer technologies.