Impressionism and Its Sources -- An Electronic Encyclopedia of Art - Windows CD-ROM
Product Description: The Electronic Encyclopedia of Art Series is an extensive, enlightening window to the history of art, from primitive cave paintings to the most influential works of the 20th century. TDC Interactiveís release of Impressionism and Its Sources is an introduction to the distinct style of Impressionist painting.
It includes works by Manet, Monet, Renoir, Van Gogh and many others, with major emphasis on French Impressionism. The title contains examples of Impressionist music to set the mood as you view over 1000 of the most popular masterpieces of modern painting. Every major artist is represented in the biographical sketches and an interactive essay on Impressionism explains the importance of the movement to art history. All who are interested in this important art history movement should explore this multimedia art book.
Impressionism and Its Sources includes a hypertext introduction to the period and works. This CD-ROM is an excellent companion to college art history and humanities courses and can supplement texts and lecture slides.
Also look for A Survey of Western Art, Renaissance Masters Volume I and Renaissance Masters Volume II.
Features* Over 1000 images, detailed data cards * Quick and informative detail on all featured works * Artist biographies with important information about the artistís life * Period music to enhance viewing pleasure * Organize by artist, art periods and more! * Correlated data about the artist and his work * Search by artist, title, medium, date schools or object * Art trivia game to test your knowledge of artists and their works!
Minimum Requirements: ¨MPC: 4 MB Ram, 386 processor or better, Windows 3.1 or higher, CD-Rom drive, 256 color SVGA card, color monitor.
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