Welcome to the free app of Pablo Picasso. With this big update we have redesigned the app to provide you with the best experience of art on your iPhone and iPad.
This app is an interactive virtual gallery dedicated to the great Spanish artist Pablo Picasso
1. Complete collection of HD artworks.
-The high quality of the paintings makes best use of your retina screen!
2. Interactive timeline of the artist.
-We are not presenting the chronology in a static way, you can click on the event and view the location of the event on a map. Also, you have pronunciation of the artist’s name with three extra fun facts!!
3. Map of museums which shows where are the masterpieces.
-The interactive map visualize the location of artworks. You can tap on the museum and access all artworks in that location!
4. Bookmark your favorite artworks.
-With the bookmark feature, you can always access your favorite artwork with ease!
5. iPad and iPhone compatible, buy once, enjoy on both devices.
-Pronunciation of the artist’s name
-Three fun facts (interactive!)
-Research, and share with friends
We want to make the BEST art apps. Please enjoy browsing through the artworks in our gallery, get to know the artist through interactive timeline and share the art with family and friends!
Pablo Picasso is considered the most influential artist of the 20th century, and his lifelong creative invention repeatedly changed the course of visual thinking. He was born in 1881 into a middle-class family in Malaga, Spain. His father was a painter, teacher, and museum curator, and a major influence in Picasso’s formative years as an artist. Moving to Barcelona in 1895, Picasso enrolled in the fine art academy. In 1900, he visited Paris for the first time, soaking up the café culture and nightlife of the bohemian arts capital. Soon after, Picasso settled in Paris, where intriguing tales about friendships, collaborations, and rivalries with other famous creators, such as writer Gertrude Stein, composer Igor Stravinsky, and artist Henri Matisse, began to surface. To this day, the public still devours stories about Picasso’s relationships with his wives and long-term companions, who served as models and muses for his art.
(From Guggenheim Museum)
Art Cloud is dedicated to create the best art experiences on mobile devices. We partner with educational institutions and museums to reimagine art in the mobile era.
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- June 10, 2014 Initial release