Renaissance Masters Volume I -- An Electronic Encyclopedia of Art - Windows CD-ROM
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. This release of Renaissance Masters Volume I covers painting, sculpture and architecture from the early Italian Renaissance.
Renaissance Masters Volume I features the finest works, such as Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci and the Birth of Venus by Botticelli, and spans the late Gothic through the early Renaissance periods. An electronic slide library with accompanying data cards describe each work . There are well over a thousand subjects and over 1300 images!
Renaissance Masters Volume I includes a hypertext introduction to the period and works. This disc is an excellent companion to college art history and humanities courses and can supplement texts and lecture slides.
Look for the second volume featuring this period, Renaissance Masters Volume II, as well as the highly regarded Impressionism and Its Sources and A Survey of Western Art.
Features* Over 1300 images, detailed data cards · Period background music to enhance viewing pleasure * Artist biographies * Important information about the artistís life * Creation essays * Correlated data about the artist and his work * Search by artist, title, medium, date schools or object * Organize artist, art periods and more! Age: Juvenile/Adult Category: Encyclopedia
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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