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Art Authority for iPad Review

Art Authority for iPad Review

Too busy to make a trip to the museum? Art Authority for iPad by Open Door Networks puts a vast gallery of paintings and sculptures into your device. Better yet, you may view more art in this one app than you can in a single museum, even the best in the world. Continue on to iPadmodo for our full review.
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National Gallery, London 1.0 for iOS - Enjoy 1,195 Great Paintings

National Gallery, London 1.0 for iOS – Enjoy 1,195 Great Paintings

Vitebsk, Belarus – Macsoftex is pleased today to introduce National Gallery, London 1.0 for iOS, their lifestyle app that gives the user access to an outstanding, searchable collection of 1,195 great paintings from the collection of the National Gallery in London. Representing the works of more than 400 world-renowned artists, it includes masterpieces from the 14th through the 20th centuries. Art lovers may browse the immense collection by Century (thumbnail mosaic of every work) or by Artist (alphabetical listing). Users may download HD versions of any work, or receive ultra high-resolution files of any painting via email, both at no additional cost. Artists whose work appears in the collection include: Rembrandt, Raphael, Van Gogh, Claude Monet, Paul Cezanne, Paul Gauguin, Sandro Botticelli, Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci, Pablo Picasso, and many more.
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Russian Painting 1.0 for iOS - 750 Great Paintings by Russian Masters

Russian Painting 1.0 for iOS – 750 Great Paintings by Russian Masters

Vitebsk, Belarus – The Macsoftex Company today is pleased to introduce their reference, fine art app, Russian Painting 1.0 for iOS. Optimized for iPad, the Retina display, and standard iPhone, the app includes high-resolution photographs of 750 famous oil paintings by 220 different Russian painters. Divided into works from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, the user may browse using either the thumbnail display or an alphabetical list. Photos are of the highest quality, and may be saved or eMailed. In addition, the user may choose to download free, ultra-high definition files of each painting, generally containing over 1500 pixels of horizontal resolution.
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