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ZOOM History Through Art Series:
The Renaissance
$8.95 (Win95/98/Me/2000/XP/Mac) (Paper Sleeve) (HARENNDJ)

Publisher: Zane Publishing

Reference - Art

Learn the reasons why Leonardo da Vinci best embodied the ideals of the Renaissance, and why Michelangelo's David symbolized the vitality of the era. Witness the cultural influences of classicism and humanist philosophy as evidenced in masterpieces that include the Creation of Adam, The Birth of Venus, Primavera, and Mona Lisa. Discover the significance of commissioned portraits and the use of models familiar to the artist. Detect the vanishing point and horizon line used to create perspective.

Requirements:

Windows - 386/33 with Windows 3.1 or higher (Windows 95 compatible), 4 MB RAM (8 MB recommended), CD-ROM drive (double speed recommended), VGA (SVGA 640x480, 256 colors recommended), mouse and sound card recommended.

MAC - 68030+ Mac (256 colors recommended), System 7+, CD-ROM drive (double speed recommended), 8 MB RAM.


Reviews:

Home PC, March 1995

"History is more than a collection of names and dates; what makes it fascinating is its record of how ideas evolve. The changes are especially captivating when seen in the work of the world's great artists over time."

CD-ROM Today, February 1995

"History Through Art is devoted to what might be called 'mainstream' western art. The series adopts a rather fusty approach to the subject that appears to be derived from art history texts of generations ago...History Through Art is the only game in town when it comes to in-depth surveys of western art on CD-ROM. For that reason alone, plus its low price, it is a worthwhile purchase for schools and libraries. But I'm still waiting for the art history discs of my dreams."



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