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NEWS: Now Streaming, January 2020

NEWS: Now Streaming, January 2020

Happy New Year, everyone! New year, new content and new feature updates on the 2020 horizon.  We have been very hard at work developing some new features that we’ve been wanting to incorporate into the app for a while now and are hoping we can get those pushed out in the next couple of months. Thank you for your patience as we work to improve your experience as a user and if you have any feature requests you would like to see added, still don’t hesitate to send them our way. In terms of new content, we’ve recently added several amazing new galleries across our various categories for you to stream that we’d like to share with you below  >>

  • Winslow Homer
  • Kamisaka Sekka
  • Georges Seurat
  • 19th Century Afghanistan
  • Raphael’s Almanac

We love the work of Realist painter Winslow Homer so much that we’ve added two galleries of his – Winslow Homer and Winslow Homer II – that feature some of his best paintings and watercolors. Kamisaka Sekka may just be the best Japanese artist you may have never heard about from the late 19th/early 20th century, so we put together a collection for you to enjoy. Another artist we’ve dedicated a new gallery to is Georges Seurat who was essentially a pioneer in Pointillism which is the application of small, distinct dots of color in patterns to form images. Our newest gallery addition to our History category is a striking collection of photography from 19th Century Afghanistan by Irish photographer, John Burke – the first known photos ever taken of this fascinating Central Asian county often coined as the “Graveyard of Empires”. Finally, in our Illustrations & Drawings category we now have Raphael’s Almanac which is colored illustrations from the magazine Prophetic Messenger (Raphael’s Almanac circa 1827-1867) depicting vivid scenes of astrological predictions by British astrologers of the time.

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From “Winslow Homer”


From “Kamisaka Sekka”


From “Georges Seurat”


From “19th Century Afghanistan”


From “Raphael’s Almanac”


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