Release Date: 2011-06-26
Number of Patterns: 50
Camille Corot – French Landscape Artist
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (1796-1875) was a French Landscape painter who had a strong influence on Impressionism. Corot was the leading painter of the Barbizon school of France in the mid-nineteenth century and his landscape style referenced a neo-classical style with a muted color palette. Many forgeries of Corot were created in the period 1870-1939, mostly because of his easy to imitate style. Our pattern set includes many examples of landscapes and portraits. You’ll find Woman with a Pear, The Bridge at Narmi, Meditation, Orpheus Leading Eurydice, Interrupted Reading, Recollections of Mortefontaine, A Windmill in Montmartre, The Letter, Aqueducts in the Roman Campagna, Temple of Minerva Medica, Agostina, and Castel Gandolfo. There are also several self portraits.
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.
Release Date: 2010-09-12
Number of Patterns: 14
Canada is the second largest country in the world by area and its border with the United States is the longest in the world. It is technically a federation with ten provinces and three territories. The government is a parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy. Both French and English are considered official languages. The word Canada is taken from an Iroquoian Indian word meaning “”village””. Our set of Canadian flags includes all ten provinces: Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Mani
Release Date: 2014-12-28
Number of Patterns: 20
Candles are blocks of wax with an embedded wick. The wick is lit which allows the candle to become ignited and provide light and heat. Once lit, the flame provides sufficient heat to keep the candle burning. Historically candles were also used as a method of keeping time. The wick greatly influences how the candle burns depending on the wicks diameter, stiffness, fire resistance, and tethering. Candles can be held in various devices to position and carry them. Our candle patterns as based on photographs of various uses of candles providing romantic settings, on birthday cakes, and in religious/holiday services. Youll find patterns with detailed flames, glowing hands and faces, and smoke.
Release Date: 2010-04-29
Number of Patterns: 35
Caravaggio – Italian Master of Lighting
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610) was an Italian painter who is best known for his dramatic use of lighting. His mastering of “Chiaroscuro”, a technique of using strong contrasts between light and dark to achieve volume, made the style distinctive among his works. Caravaggio had a quarrelsome nature, which caused his some trouble in his life. His paintings were frequently of religious themes, along with numerous still lives and portraits. Our pattern set contains most of his most notable wor
Release Date: 2008-07-05
Number of Patterns: 35
Casper David Friedrich – The Essence of German Romanticism
Caspar David Friedrich (1774 – 1840) was a German landscape painter in the 19th century whose art has come to symbolize many of the attributes of the Romantic Movement. His symbolic landscapes reflect his feelings about man’s relationship with nature, life cycles, as well as his own personal spiritual experiences with life.
Our set of Caspar David Friedrich patterns includes many that contain the allegorical symbols used in his Romantic visions: sun and moon, mountains, rivers, icy seas, trees, ravines, fog, snow, clouds, churches and crosses, graveyards, and various animals (swans, ravens). We’ve include many of his most recognized works including Swans in the Reeds, The Cross in the Mountains, The Tree of Crows, On the Sailboat, Chalk Cliffs on Rügen, The Life Stages, and In Memory of the Riesengebirge.