Release Date: 2007-01-13
Number of Patterns: 22
Straight from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, we’ve put together a nostalgic collection of American Car patterns. You’ll find yourself in the drivers seat painting great car images including a few Nashs, Cadillacs, Chevys, Oldsmobiles, and Fords. There’s even a Henry J Vagabond, Aero Willys, and an Edsel in the set! These images are provided as a courtesy by our good friends at Fenderskirts Vintage, Eclectic purveyors of nostalgia…your source for authentic vin
Release Date: 2007-08-19
Number of Patterns: 17
PUFFY P creates supercute art for licensing. Pilar Erika Johnson, the Chief Puff creates all of the artwork for PUFFY P. She’s a superstar illustrator and designer out of San Francisco with 10 years of experience creating award winning art & media for the youth market. Obsessed with pop culture, teen magazines, and monster trucks, Pilar has created art for toys, stickers, greeting cards, concert posters, ad campaigns, and more. Before working in illustration, she was a children’s art teacher and teen group home counselor for many years. Her client list includes Charles Schwab, Circuit City, Macromedia, HP, chickclick.com, Bill Graham Presents, Butterfield & Butterfield, and several kids and teens websites.
Our SegPlayPC™ PUFFY P set includes 17 fun patterns to color.
Release Date: 2014-08-21
Number of Patterns: 34
Joaquín Sorolla – Valencian Spanish Painter
Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (1863-1923) was a Spanish Painter from Valencia who excelled in painting portraits, landscapes, and social themes. One of his paintings, Sad Inheritance depicted crippled children bathing at the sea and earned Joaquín great recognition. He expertly depicted shimmering light and other lighting effects in his paintings. Other notable paintings included the Portrait of Dr. Simarro at the microscope and research which linked art and science. Although not as creative as other genres, Sorolla painted a large number of portraits which was a profitable endeavor in that era. Our pattern set for Joaquín Sorolla includes a broad set of paintings including Children on the Seashore, Sad Inheritance, Another Marguerite, Portrait of Mr. Taft, Portrait of Lawyer Don Silverio de la Torre y Agua, Valenican Fishergirl, Castle of La Mota Medina del Camp, The Virgin Mary, Portrait of Dr. Simarro at the Microscope, and Beach at Valencia.
Release Date: 2014-09-27
Number of Patterns: 27
Jan Gossaert – Flemish Painter
Jan Gossaert (c. 1478 1532), also known as Jan Mabuse, was a Flemish painter best known for introducing Italian art styles to the Netherlands. He was a notable portrait artist and worked for Philip of Burgundy. An early trip to Italy had great influence on his work and he adopted ideas from classical art, ornate and Romanist styles in his later works. He is best known for statuesque nudes, numerous Madonna and Child renditions, and many portraits which are particularly notable for their expressive depiction of hands. Our pattern set collection contains many of his works including Danae, Hercules and Deianira, Lady Portrayed As Mary Magdalene, Adam and Eve, Man with a Rosary, Madonna and Child, Neptune and Amphitrite, Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, and a self portrait.
Release Date: 2014-10-28
Number of Patterns: 26
Benjamin West – Anglo-American Painter
Benjamin West (1738 – 1820) was a Anglo-American Painter who created many historical scenes. He was born in Pennsylvania and learned how to make paint from Native Americans. He originally painted portraits and later became associated with a wealthy patron who connected him to other painters from which he learned advanced skills such as painting silk and satin. His travels to Italy exposed him to works from Titian and Raphael who influenced his later works. He later traveled to England from where he never returned home. His career involved commissions from the King of England and he helped establish a Royal Academy. Our Benjamin West collection of patterns includes several self portraits, other portraits including James Smith, John Grey, Henry Middleton, William Markham, Charles Wilson Peale, and Peter Beckford, and many historical paintings including Benjamin Franklin Drawing Electricity from the Sky, Isaac’s Servant Tying the Bracelet on Rebecca’s Arm, Fidelia and Speranza, Cupid and Psych, The Burghers of Calais, The Death of General Wolfe, and The Death of Nelson.
Release Date: 2014-11-30
Number of Patterns: 30
Alfred Stevens – Belgian Painter
Alfred Stevens (1823 1906) was a Belgian painter was the son of an art collector. He developed a conventional naturalistic style influenced by 17th century Dutch genre painting. He also studied works by painters such as Gerard ter Borch and Gabriel Metsu. He influenced social attitudes towards the poor with a work titled What is called Vagrancy. Many of his works use elegant modern woman as subjects. He also painted several works using a fashionable taste called japonisme which Stevens was an early enthusiast. Our pattern set collection contains many of Alfred Stevens most recognized works including The Bath, The Japanese Parisian, What is called Vagrancy, Portrait of Mrs. Howe, Woman in a Straw Hat, Woman Wearing a Bracelet, Reveil, Woman in Pink, New from Afar, and Lady at a Window Feeding Birds.