The sculpture that you see here is the popular David by Michelangelo, an Italian Renaissance artist that dedicated his life to different fields of artistic expression, like sculpture, architecture and painting. Thanks to this free screensaver, you can see the defined shapes of the David, incredibly achieved. Michelangelo’s sculptures, like the one that you can see here, all have such detail that in the surface of the skin of the David, you can even perceive at some points the relief of the veins that create the illusion of the arteries under the skin with incredible realism. Did you know that the true name of this artist was Michelangelo Buonarroti? He was born in Florence in the year 1475, and remains alive today throughout his works, and now in your computer also.
A screensaver of Italian Renaissance art of Michelangelo Buonarroti’s David, also known as Michelangelo. The sculpture of David is made of a single piece of white marble, weighs approximately 5 tons and reaches a height of 5.17 meters, which makes it a very impressive sculpture. This masterpiece of world sculpture was made between the years 1501 and 1504, and it was the Opera del Duomo of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore who assigned the work to the sculptor in the Italian city of Florence, where the artis was born. Today, anyone who wants to see this sculpture can visit it if he wants as it is exhibited in the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence (Galleria dell’Academia). There are many details that highlight this sculpture, many admirers of the work of Michelangelo highlight the sculptural detail of the right hand of David, with almost perfect shapes, and also how the work loads its weight on the right leg, giving great strength to the overall composition and filling with life what was once a rough piece of marble. Michelangelo made numerous sketches and anatomical studies before sculpting one of his most popular works, and all that studying and learning paid off in a near-perfect work.. Download the screensaver of David by Michelangelo clicking on the button «Download», it's a free service of Gifmania. This screensaver is part of the thematic collection of Art, because they are organized so that it's easier for you to get here if you are a great fan of Art, the downloads are free and this screensaver has been downloaded 764 times, which means that it's very popular. This is a safe product, and it will help you protect your computer because it is completely free and reliable. This screensaver has a rating of 7 by the users that have downloaded it and it's part of our collection from the 2013-06-12 17:06:11, day in which it was included on our data base. We hope you enjoy it and that it helps you protect your Windows operating system computer. This screensaver in English is free, belongs to the category: Art. It is a software Gifmania so you can trust their quality. Is the version 1.0 of product is available for operating systems Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows 98 SE Windows ME Windows 2000 Windows NT Windows 2003 Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 8 . Animated screensaver David by Michelangelo of Art to download for free and take care of your screen with the screensaver. ✔ Like?
Thanks to the photographs of this screensaver you will see the best works by Frank Gehry, a creative architect avant-garde that is recognized around the world for a few buildings with character designs and fluid shapes and innovative. Frank Owen Gehry has Canadian origin, and among the works that you can see in this screensaver are the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao (Spain), the Dancing House in Prague (Czech Republic), the Lou Ruvo Brain Institute in Las Vegas (Nevada) or Winery-Hotel Marqués de Riscal, in Álava (Spain).
This picture is a famous painting called The Scream. It was painted in 1893 by the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch, a large icon of expressionism. This painting is painted with oil, tempera and pastel paintings on cardboard. The actions of the original table are 91 centrimetres high and 74 centrimetres wide. Today you can visit the National Gallery of Olso, Norway. There are two other versions, one belonging to an individual and another at the Munch Museum in Oslo.