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Announcing Our Redesigned Artist Sites

We are pleased to announce the recent launch of three redesigned artist sites: the Caravaggio Gallery, the C Monet Gallery, and the Gauguin Gallery!   These newly designed sites join two of our other sites: the Michelangelo Gallery and the Van Gogh Gallery which were redesigned late last year.  In September we were pleased to launch our first redesigned artist site – the Michelangelo Gallery.  Then in October the newly designed Van Gogh Gallery was released.  All of these famous artist sites carry a similar look and feel throughout, but each site is customized to reflect the colors and tone of the artist’s works.  The latest release of the Caravaggio, Monet …..

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Announcing the New Michelangelo Gallery

We are proud to announce the launch of the newly redesigned Michelangelo Gallery!  If you haven’t visited the Michelangelo Gallery in a while, you will notice that significant updates have been made to the design of the site.  The redesigned logo along with the new look and feel of the website combine to enhance the site and improve the user experience.  Besides the aesthetic advancements, the addition of a Google custom search makes finding the information that you are looking for on Michelangelo even easier.  In addition, more images and a rotating banner of Michelangelo’s famous works including The Creation of Adam, David, The Sistine Chapel Ceiling, Pieta, and The …..

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See Art Come to Life this Summer

While there are plenty of impressive art exhibitions going on indoors this summer,  it is refreshing to be able to step outside when the weather is good and enjoy some art “en plein air.”  The following are some of the highlights which are taking place this summer across the globe. View a one of a kind living interpretation of Van Gogh’s A Wheatfield with Cypresses hanging outside of The National Gallery in London made from over 8,000 plants.  Read more about the living wall created by General Electric.  In Paris, France there are some of the most incredible art museums in the world, but not far from Paris you have …..

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