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NEWS: Now Streaming, June 2019

NEWS: Now Streaming, June 2019

Hello, art lovers! Warmer temperatures and longer days are finally here – we couldn’t be more excited! Also adding to the excitement: the long list of new programs we have added and will be adding over the next couple of months. As you read in our previous post, we have two brand new categories and are continuing to grow so please suggest any new artists you’d like to see in any of them as expanding them are of high priority.

Here’s a little taste of what’s new and streaming now, read on below >>

  • Meiji Japanese Photography
  • European Masterpieces
  • 18th Century Animated Nature
  • Temples
  • Wine and Revelry

Stunning late 19th century snaps from Ogawa Kazumasa in Meiji Japanese Photography will leave you in awe, while our new Temples gallery is another collection of photography focusing on the sanctity and reverence of the great temples throughout history and cultures. We have added some wonderful new galleries to our new Illustrations and Drawings category, but we currently can’t get enough of Oliver Goldsmith’s 18th Century Animated Nature. In terms of classical art, we’ve added European Masterpieces which is full of some of our European favorites and just for fun we’ve created an entire gallery dedicated to letting the good times roll in Wine and Revelry.

Artcast is available to stream on Apple TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV which you can learn more about HERE. Keep an eye out for more updates and gallery spotlights by also following Artcast on Instagram and Facebook.

From “Meiji Japanese Photography”

 

From “European Masterpieces”

 

From “18th Century Animated Nature”

 

From “Temples”

 

From “Wine and Revelry”

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2 Comments
  • Michael Dowd
    June 21, 2019 at 5:13 pm

    Hello, we just added artcast to our Roku and was curious if any Georgia O’Keeffe paintings are available to cast?

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