Paul Gauguin Art Screensaver – 300 Paintings in One Screensaver

Paul Gauguin Art Screensaver - 300 Paintings in One Screensaver

Gauguin, 1848 to 1903, was a major catalyst during the Post Impressionism period. His bold experimentation with color, and incorporation of cloisonnism, led directly to the Synthethism style of modern art, in which niether form nor color predominate but each has an equal role. He had a great admiration for the folk art of cultures of the world, inspiring him to lead the way to Primitivism. He felt traditional painting had become too imitative and lacked symbolic depth. By contrast, the art of Africa and Asia seemed to him full of mystic symbolism and vigour. Moving to Tahiti, he spent the last years of his life celebrating the life of it’s inhabitants on his canvas. [ NOTE: While all paintings contained in this screensaver are in good taste and considered superb art, some images are of the bare human form, though none sexually explicit ]. This art slideshow displays each masterpiece for up to 16 minutes per painting (user modifiable) before softly blending into the next image. Why just hang art prints and posters on the wall? Turn your computer into a digital picture frame of famous masterpieces by history’s greatest artists. It’s like strolling through the great art museums and art galleries of the world. As beautiful as Giclee prints. An elegant touch to your environments interior designs. Inspirational and educational. Add these screensavers to your computer desktop collection of themes, wallpapers, backgrounds and icons. Supplies an endless gallery of beautiful images. Can be sent as gifts. Free full version trial download available. From Fine Art Screensavers for the Home, Office and School LLC.

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