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We’ve spent years developing these popular collections of computerized paint by number patterns to use with SegPlay® PC. Each set comes with approximately 20 carefully designed patterns from a given artist or theme, and adding them to your collection is as easy as 1, 2, 3:

  1. Examine the available pattern choices. With thousands of patterns and hundreds of selections, there’s sure to be something for every taste.
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Amedeo Modigliani - Italian Modern Painter

Release Date: 5/26/2015

Number of Patterns: 30

Amedeo Modigliani (1884 – 1920) was an Italian painter and sculptor who lived mostly in France. He is best known for his portraits and nudes with a characteristic style of elongated faces and figures. He achieved little success during his life, but after his death his works became very popular and were sold for high prices. He is known to have painted from a very early age and was indulged by his mother to continue in that profession. Our Modigliani pattern set includes many of his well known portraits including Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris, Jeanne Hébuterne, Madame Kisling, Maude Abrantes, Chaim Soutine, Leopold Zborowski, Young Redhead in an Evening Dress, Gypsy Woman with Baby , The Little Peasant, Bride and Groom , and Beatrice Hastings. There is also a self portrait and several nudes.

Majestic Forests

Release Date: 4/29/2015

Number of Patterns: 20

Forests are large areas of land covered with trees or other woody vegetation. They are the dominant ecosystem on our planet. They can contain many species of trees or just be dominated by only a few. Forests can be classified into 26 types depending on their elevation, climatic zones, and types of trees. You’ll find an assortment of forest patterns in this set created from amazing high resolution photographs which depict forests in different seasons, weather, and lighting conditions. A wide range of colors and incredible details gives these patterns a special look when completed.

Masaccio - Early Renaissance Painter

Release Date: 4/4/2015

Number of Patterns: 21

Masaccio (1401-1428) was a painter of the early Italian Renaissance. He is considered the best painter of his time because of his skill at recreating lifelike figures and movements as well as a feeling of 3 dimensions. He profoundly influenced the art of painting in the renaissance and directed the art style away from Gothic art to a more humanistic world. He had a brief life span of only 26 years. One of his early works, San Giovenale Triptych shows signs of portraying a 3D effect by foreshortening of some forms and portrays volumetric figures. Another well known piece, The Expulsion from the Garden of Eden, had an impact on other painters including Michelangelo. Our Masaccio pattern set collection contains much of his works including Young Man, The Tribute Money, The Expulsion from the Garden of Eden, Stories of St. Julian and St. Nichols, Adoration of Magi, Crocifissione Napoli, The Madonna and Child with St. Anne, San Giovenale Triptych, St. Peter Healing the Sick with his Shadow, and Raising of the Son of Theophilus and St. Peter Enthroned. There’s also a self portrait of Masaccio.

Windmills

Release Date: 3/25/2015

Number of Patterns: 20

Windmills are structures that convert wind power into rotational energy. This energy is applied to grind grain, pump water, or generate electricity. Windmills are generally oriented vertically, but through history some horizontal designed windmills are documented. The vanes of the windmill are called sails or blades and are covered with a satin cloth or wooden shutters. Most windmills have four sails, but designs with as many as eight sails can be found. In the Netherlands the positions of the sails in non-working windmills, can signal joy or mourning. Our Windmill pattern set contains designs created from photographs of windmills in various environments including clear and cloudy skies, grassy fields, along water ways and roads, and with sunrises in the background.

George Romney - English Portrait Painter

Release Date: 2/21/2015

Number of Patterns: 35

George Romney (1734-1802) was an English portrait painter who painted many society figures of his day. Many of his paintings featured his muse, Emma Hamilton, in various poses depicting historical and mythological figures. One of his early paintings, The Death of General Wolfe-Study, was entered into a Royal Society of Arts competition, but was questioned for being too contemporary. This caused Romney to ignore the Society for the rest of career, despite being asked to exhibit there after he became successful. Our pattern collection for George Romney contains many of his well known portraits including John Forbes, Major General Sir Archibald Campbell, Elizabeth Dutches-Contess of Sutherland, Charles Lennox, Miss Kirkpatrick, Miss Juliann Willoughby, Sir Christopher and Lady Sykes, Mrs Anne Carwardine and Her Eldest Son, Mrs Henrietta Morris and her Son, and John Walter Tempest with a Horse. There are many patterns with Emma Lady Hamilton, and also a self portrait.

Daffodils

Release Date: 2/15/2015

Number of Patterns: 22

Daffodils are part of a larger family of spring plants known as Narcissus which have over 150 documented species. These plants have six petal-like tepals along with a cup or trumpet-shaped corona. You can find daffodils in just a few colors including white, yellow, orange, and pink. Also the tepals and corona can be in the same or contrasting colors. Daffodils are grown from bulbs which have a life of about 4 years. They bloom in the early spring and are a popular choice in many gardens and in cut flower arrangements. Our Daffodils pattern set contains many patterns created from natural photographs of daffodils individually and grouped, against blue skies and grassy fields. Many of the daffodils are photographed close up to show incredible detail in their shapes and coloring.

Franz Marc - German Expressionist Painter

Release Date: 1/31/2015

Number of Patterns: 31

Franz Marc (1880 – 1916) was a German Impressionist Painter who was a founding member of the Der Blaue Reiter. This journal included group of artists who formed an expressionism movement in Germany. Most of work involves animals in natural settings as a subject matter, and is characterized by bright primary colors in a cubist style. His works show a strong sense of emotion. His use of color forms a predictable pattern: the color blue was used to portray masculinity and spirituality, yellow was used to represent feminine joy, and red was used to indicate the sound of violence. In his later years, during World War 1, Marc enlisted in the German army and was involved with military camouflage. Our set of Franz Marc patterns includes many of his animal images including Blue Horse 1, The Large Blue Horses, Dead Deer, The Yellow Cow, Blue Black Fox, The Waterfall, Siberian Sheepdogs, Animals in a Landscape, Mandrill, Two Horses in Front of a Red Rock, and The Little Blue Horses. There’s also a self portrait included.

Monkey Business

Release Date: 1/18/2015

Number of Patterns: 21

Monkeys are classified as primates of whom there are 260 known species. They are typically tree dwelling though some live on the ground. They are active in the day and generally considered to be intelligent. The two major types of monkeys are New World Monkeys (Central and South America) and Old World (Africa and Asia) monkeys. Monkeys also have tails, which apes such as gibbons, orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees and humans do not. Popular types of monkeys include Squirrel, Macaque, Capuchins, Howler, Spider, Woolly, Owl, Marmosets, Tamarins, Givet, Green, Silver, Blue, Roloway, Vervet, Mona, and Mandrill. You find many great photographic patterns of expressive monkeys in this set including Capachin, Japanese Macaque, Mona Monkey, Grivet Monkey, Golden Lion Tamarin, Mandrill, Black Howler, and Squirrel Monkey.

Émile Bernard - French Symbolist Painter

Release Date: 12/30/2014

Number of Patterns: 31

Émile Bernard (1868-1941) was a French Post-Impressionist painter who is associated with the Cloisonnism and Synthetism art movements. Émile was friends with other influential artists of the period including Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Paul Gaugin, and Vincent van Gogh who jointly influenced each other. In 1891 he joined a group of Symbolist painters that included Odilon Redon and Ferdinand Hodler. Symbolist is a movement that is a reaction against realism and naturalism and emphasized spirituality, imagination, and dreams. Bernard’s style of painting involved bold forms and dark contours and some geometric tendencies in an effort to simplify nature. Our set of Émile Bernard patterns includes several self portraits, portraits, still lives, and numerous Breton themed patterns. These include Yellow Tree, Spanish Musicians, Portrait of Marie Lemasson, African, Breton Women in a Green Pasture, Portrait of my Sister Madeleine, Brothel Scene for Vincent, The Buckwheat Harvest, Portrait of Madame Schuffenecker, Apple Carrier, and Harvest by the Sea.

Candles

Release Date: 12/28/2014

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 wick’s 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. You’ll find patterns with detailed flames, glowing hands and faces, and smoke.

Alfred Stevens - Belgian Painter

Release Date: 11/30/2014

Number of Patterns: 30

Alfred Stevens (1823 – 1906) was a Belgian painter was the son of an art collector. He developed a conventional naturalistic style influenced by 17th century Dutch genre painting. He also studied works by painters such as Gerard ter Borch and Gabriel Metsu. He influenced social attitudes towards the poor with a work titled What is called Vagrancy. Many of his works use elegant modern woman as subjects. He also painted several works using a fashionable taste called japonisme which Stevens was an early enthusiast. Our pattern set collection contains many of Alfred Stevens most recognized works including The Bath, The Japanese Parisian, What is called Vagrancy, Portrait of Mrs. Howe, Woman in a Straw Hat, Woman Wearing a Bracelet, Reveil, Woman in Pink, New from Afar, and Lady at a Window Feeding Birds.

Elephants

Release Date: 11/15/2014

Number of Patterns: 20

Elephants are large mammals living primarily in Africa and South Asia. There are two species which are recognized: the African elephant and the Asian elephant. Their distinct features include a long trunk, tucks, large ear flaps, and pillar-like legs. Their trunk serves many purposes including breathing, lifting water, and grasping objects. African elephants have a more grayish skin pigment, while Asian elephants have a more brownish pigment. Our Elephant pattern set includes many photographs of elephants in their nature settings standing in grassy fields, dirt roads, and reflecting in water ponds. There are a few baby elephant patterns and several detailed gray scale patterns.

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