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Classical French Paintings

French Painting history is considered among those most ancient, classical and has an interesting history

French Painting history is considered among those most ancient, classical and has an interesting history

Classical French Paintings

by Space Monkeys LLC
Classical French Paintings
Classical French Paintings
Classical French Paintings

What is it about?

French Painting history is considered among those most ancient, classical and has an interesting history. The first manifestations of French painting are given in the prehistoric art and with the Roman epoch with some murals. In the Middle Age there are also some important murals and Gothic stained glasses; in the Renaissance Italian models are followed.

Classical French Paintings

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
NA
Size
40Mb
Genre
Lifestyle Reference
Last updated
October 18, 2016
Release date
August 22, 2011
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French Painting history is considered among those most ancient, classical and has an interesting history. The first manifestations of French painting are given in the prehistoric art and with the Roman epoch with some murals. In the Middle Age there are also some important murals and Gothic stained glasses; in the Renaissance Italian models are followed.

It will be until 17th Century, with Poussin like its best exposing and Lorraine, that French Baroque painting reaches an important place. In 18th Century brought the Rococo, and it is the 19th Century precisely, that has the French painting at it’s best. In 20th Century, there also are important demonstrations but they are not reaching the splendor and the fame of the previous years.

We have presented here some of the most famous French paintings from painter like Claude Monet (founder of Impressionism), Paul Cezanne (Father of Modern Art), Henri Matisse (Master of Color), Edgar Degas (Painters of Dancers), Alexandre Cabanel (1823–1889), Rousseau, Renoir, Manet and Pissarro are just a few.

Features:

- Auto Play feature, which will automatically play slide show of paintings in full screen
- Film strip to select paintings and start auto play from that painting
- You can play/stop your favorite music from your iPod library, while viewing paintings
- Share paintings to your friends and family via FaceBook and Email
- Use Swipe to move next / previous paintings
- Use Pinch to zoom in/out