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The Ultimate Multimedia
From the Impressionism masters to the best of modern art,
"A Love of Art" is the most up-to-date and complete collection of art
software available. Featuring five full CD-ROM programs from established,
award-winning publishers, "A Love of Art" represents an enormous value
and resource. All five titles are MAC and PC compatible, and were chosen for
this boxed set because they compliment each other as well as being great stand
alone titles. From Monet and Van Gogh to the modern art scene, "A Love of
Art" has something for all people who appreciate and want to know more
about painting and art history.
The Claude Monet
Inside you'll find our screen saver and wallpaper for
Windows plus 22 breath-taking color images and more than a dozen screen saver
special effects. Compatible with After Dark and images from Microsoft Scenes.
This CD-ROM is the finest art screen saver on the market today.
An in-depth look at the painter Van Gogh. Almost two hours
of audio and over 250 images link the central lecture to supplementary
material: Van Gogh's correspondence, close-ups of Starry Night,
entertaining contemporary illustrations and photographs, a delightful,
illustrated essay on stellar phenomena in the works of painters from Giotto to
Munch, and more. Immensely learned and completely engaging, this CD-ROM is art
history at its most inspired.
This amazing CD-ROM is art! The result of a two year
collaboration by artists Tennessee Rice Dixon and Jim Gasperini, this
feature-length CD-ROM is an entertaining collage of rich sounds and symbolic
imagery. It combines original artworks, poetry, music, and video, with graphics
and text drawn from many classical traditions, into a seamless work like
nothing you've seen before. Winner of the prestigious international Milia D'Or
Grand Prix in Cannes France.
Painters Painting is a vibrant collective portrait of
the legendary figures who powered the tumultuous post-war New York art scene.
Features include the one-hour-and-fifty-six minute film, the unedited
transcript of each artists interview, an example of each artist's work, a tour
of the Metropolitan exhibition by Ron Mann (with soundtrack by John Cage), and
much more. "Painters Painting brilliantly captures a turning point in
American art and culture."
Witness the revolutionary developments in art and music that
occurred at the beginning of the twentieth century, and see how those changes
continue to influence how we view the world. You'll examine the paintings of
Matisse, Picasso, Braque, Kandinsky, and Klee... and listen to the excerpts
from the music of Stravinsky, Schoenberg, Berg, Satie, and Webern.
IBM PC & Compatibles: 486/33 or better, Windows
3.1 or higher, 4MB available RAM, SVGA monitor (256 colors 640x480), 2x CD-ROM
drive or faster, sound card and mouse.
Tested OK in Windows XP. Don't install Quicktime.
Macintosh: System 7.0 or greater, 4MB available RAM,
color monitor (256 colors 640x480), 2x CD-ROM drive or faster.
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