Release Date: 2008-02-09
Number of Patterns: 29
Anthony Van Dyck – Flemish Portrait Painter
Anthony Van Dyck (1599-1641) was one of the great Flemish Painters of the 17th century. His refined and elegant style is an underlying strength in all of his works. He is perhaps best known as the painter for Charles I for whom he created a multitude of portraits with royalty as subjects. Our SegPlayPC collection of 29 images showcases many of his well-known portrait images. You’ll find several self-portraits (including the Sunflower one). There are also portraits of Charles I, Henrietta Marie, Elena Grimaldi, Marie-Louise de Tassis, Frans and Margareta Synders, William II Prince of Orange, Nicholas Lanier, Isabella Brant, and the three eldest children of Charles I.
Release Date: 2008-01-29
Number of Patterns: 21
Blue Skies. Smiling at me. Nothing but blue skies. Do I see.. As the lyrics imply, our Blue Skies pattern set showcases a wonderful set of natural photographs, highlighting the beauty of the sun, clouds, and sky. Get out your blue hues – azure, cobalt, cerulean, denim, Persian, cornflower, ultramarine, and even a touch of periwinkle, when coloring this set. Within these 21 stunning patterns, you find skies backdropping oceans, rocky beaches, the Manhattan skyline, leafs filled with dew, wheat seeds, sand dunes, and dead trees.
Release Date: 2008-01-20
Number of Patterns: 21
Clowns amuse us with their big smiles, zany antics, stylistic makeup, and colorful costumes. They’re associated with circuses, carnivals, parades, and other public events where they are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s face from young to old. Our SegPlayPC set includes 21 patterns which show clowns at their funniest: playing with dogs, carrying an overflowing suitcase, riding a unicycle, blowing noise makers, juggling, shadow boxing, and hiding in boxes. You’ll definitely enjoy coloring their tacky costumes and humorous gags.
Release Date: 2008-01-02
Number of Patterns: 20
John Constable – British Landscape Artist
John Constable (1776-1837) was an English Romantic painter who was best known for his landscape paintings, which vividly showed the sky and clouds as never before. His use of sketches and note taking to plan and record his work was also novel for the time. Our SegPlayPC collection contains 20 of Constable’s most recognized pieces including Dedham Vale, The Hay Wain, Weymouth Bay, The Leaping Horse, Stonehenge, View of Dedham, Malvern Hall, The Leaping Horse, The Cornfield, Boat-building near Flatford Mill, and Chain Pier, Brighton.
Release Date: 2007-11-22
Number of Patterns: 23
Horses have long been the most important economically domesticated animals, but that distinction has declined with the rise of industrial and mechanized societies. Today horses are kept for mostly leisure activities including riding, racing, and just being large pets. We’ve put together a great artistic collection of 23 Horse patterns showing these equestrian creatures in numerous positions, gaits, and scenic backdrops. These patterns show horses in: a few racing scenes, riding into the sunset, smiling for the camera, grazing in the grass, standing at the fence, and walking on the beach.
Release Date: 2007-11-10
Number of Patterns: 27
Camille Pissarro – Father of Impressionism
Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) was a French Impressionist painter who painted scenes of urban and rural landscapes. He frequently used peasants and laborers as subject matters in his works. He is considered the father of impressionism mostly because of his mentoring relationships with Cézanne, Gauguin, Degas, and other impressionist artists of the times. Our SegPlayPC collection of 27 patterns contains a wide sampling of his art style. We’ve included many recognizable works including Harvest at Montfoucault, Peasant Girl with a Straw Hat, Red Roofs, Apple Picking at Eragny-sur-Epte, Haymakers Resting, Boulevard Montmartre (afternoon sunshine and at night), The Shepherdess, Woman with Green Scarf, and Self-Portrait.