Cupertino, CA (PRWEB) August 06, 2012
Great Pictures, the unique art app from Zucapaca that lets iPhone and iPad users effortlessly view hundreds of great works of art from the Impressionist period, has added the distinguished paintings of Georges Seurat in its latest update. To celebrate this enhancing update, Great Pictures is available at the reduced price of $0.99 between 6th-8th August.
Seurat joins the app’s current roster of celebrated Impressionist artists, which includes Monet, Degas, Cézanne, Gauguin, Renoir, Toulouse-Lautrec and Van Gogh. In all, users can browse through nearly 500 carefully selected, stunningly detailed full-screen images from the Impressionist masters.
Users can also use the app’s easy-to-use, intuitive interface to:
Plus, all images are stored locally on a user’s device, which means that they load extremely fast and no Internet connection is required.
“We’re delighted to add the Impressionist masterpieces of Georges Seurat to our unique art app,” commented Nuno Palmeirim, founder of Zucapaca. “Cherishing, celebrating and being inspired by great works of art should happen every day, and as often as possible. Great Pictures helps make that happen, and we’ll be adding new artists on a regular basis.”
Great Pictures, the unique art app that features nearly 500 great works of art from the Impressionist period, including the recently-added works of Georges Seurat, is available at the reduced price of $0.99 between 6th-8th August in the iTunes App Store here. The app is available in English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and Chinese.
For more information or media inquiries, contact Mark Johnson of appshout! on behalf of Zucapaca at +1 408 757 0156 or press(at)appshout(dot)com.
Based in Portugal and founded by Nuno Palmeirim, Zucapaca’s mission is to provide digital tools to facilitate a better access and understanding of art.
Their premiere title “Great Pictures” demonstrates this focus on education through art in the digital world by featuring nearly 500 impressionist masterpieces and background information to create the definitive impressionist art guide.
Learn more: http://www.zucapaca.com/