Acrylic landscape painting has become an international trend in recent years and is often made in countries where painting has a traditional value.
A new study from the National Academy of Sciences found that some of the world’s most expensive artwork is painted by people in China.
Acrylic is used as a decorative surface for objects that are usually more expensive than they are in real life, and has a reputation for being incredibly expensive.
According to the report, a lot of the artwork is done in China, and it’s estimated that China is the largest exporter of acrylic, accounting for a third of the market.
It’s also the world leader in painting.
But painting is also used in countries like India and Vietnam, which are rich in water, so that paints are often used to make the country’s famous watercolours.
India produces more than 100,000 tonnes of acrylic a year, while Vietnam has over 20 million.
The report says that a lot more people than ever are painting because of the countrys massive demand.
China, with a population of 1.4 billion, is now the worlds biggest exporter and its market is expected to grow at an annual rate of 2.5 per cent in 2019.
The study said that, over the last five years, the number of Chinese acrylic paintings has risen from 5,400 to over 70,000.
The authors said that painting is becoming more of a commodity, with demand outstripping supply, and paint sales had risen over 40 per cent since 2008.
In 2014, the US banned all foreign imports of acrylic and acrylic products.