Release Date: 2013-07-27
Number of Patterns: 31
Thomas Moran – American Landscape Painter
Thomas Moran (1837 – 1926) was an American painter of the Hudson River School best known for his paintings of the Rocky Mountains. His sketches of western landscape captured the imagination of the American public and helped make Yellowstone a US national park. Our pattern collection for Thomas Moran contains many of his most famous works including The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Tower Fall, Green River, The Three Tetons, Mosquito Trail, Shoshone Falls, Trojes Mines, An Arizona Sunset, Pass at Glencoe, and the Mountain of the Holy Cross.
Release Date: 2013-07-12
Number of Patterns: 20
Cows are animals that are raised for beef and dairy products, and also used as a power source for pulling carts. They also provide leather for many products, and dung for manure and fuel. In some cultures cows are considered sacred. There are many words used to describe cows depending on their sex and age: maverick, heifer, calf, steer, bull, springer, and freemartin. Groups of cows are called cattle. Our patterns of cows depict them in an illustrated and humorous form with varying colors, enlarged utters, and adorned with flowers and cowbells. You’ll find our cows enjoying themselves on tractors, pretending to be super-cow, being lovesick, dancing, and gazing at a flying bee!
Release Date: 2013-06-25
Number of Patterns: 18
José Agustín Arrieta – Mexican Painter of the People
José Agustín Arrieta (1803-1874) was a Mexican painter known for painting scenes and people of his native city, Puebla. Influenced by Murillo and Velázquez, he was skilled in the use of color, anatomy, and composition. He is best known for his depictions of everyday life, capturing food, people, and clothing of the Puebla village. His still life depictions full of food, glassware, animals, and fruits, are of a natural representation, avoiding any symbolism. Our pattern collection contains his most recognized works including The Gypsy Boy and Girl, Tertulia de Pulquería, Maid, Village Girl, Mexican Family, and a number of his Still Life’s.
Release Date: 2013-06-15
Number of Patterns: 23
Although beaches with wide sandy areas evoke a sense of relaxation and serenity, rocky coastlines evoke a sense of bold adventure and constant danger. Rocks divert incoming waves, create a random spray of water, and reflect sunlight in arbitrary directions, creating a unique beauty for all to enjoy, We’ve pulled together a set of images that depict rocky beaches with various characteristics. You’ll find a wide range of colorful elements in the tide pools, sunsets, cloud formations, surf, boulders, distant islands, coastlines, mist, and vegetation hiding in these patterns.
Release Date: 2013-05-29
Number of Patterns: 31
Honoré Daumier – French Painter and Caricaturist
Honoré Daumier (1808-1879) was a French caricaturist, painter, and sculptor. He is best known for his caricatures of political figures and countrymen. As the son of a glazier, he moved to Paris at age eight, and spent his time in apprentice jobs copying works in the Louvre. His produced many artworks in his career including 500 oil paintings which were subjective and of various themes. Our pattern set collection of Honoré Daumier contain his most recognized works including Dandy, Don Quijote, Crispin and Scapin, The Chess Players, The Lawyer, The Wrestler, The First Class Carriage, The Second Class Carriage, and Third Class Carriage, and The Print Lover.
Release Date: 2013-05-17
Number of Patterns: 24
We love our dogs..our faithful and loving household companions. As with our first Dogs set, this collection of patterns showcases many great portrait shots of pets taken by their admiring owners. Many breeds are represented including a Collie, Standard Poodle, Pug, Great Dane, Labrador Retriever, Rhodesian Ridgeback, Chihuahua, Maltese, and Japanese Spitz. There’s also a few good looking mutts!