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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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  3. Download your new patterns. We’ll automatically send you the authorization code and you can get started immediately.

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Robin Redbreast

Release Date: 4/13/2014

Number of Patterns: 21

Robins are popular birds because of their reddish-orange breast. There are actually three well recognized though not directly related species named robins: American Robin (thrust family) , European Robin (chat family) and the Australasian robin (petroica family all with similar orange colorings. The American Robin can be found throughout North America. Robin's eggs have a characteristic light blue coloring. You'll find many great patterns of robins in this pattern set include both American and European robins. They are nesting and sitting on posts and branches in various environmental settings.

Joseph Blackburn - Colonial American Portrait Painter

Release Date: 3/31/2014

Number of Patterns: 21

Joseph Blackburn (1700-?-1778?) was a portrait painter born in England who worked in Bermuda and Colonial America. His skills as a painter are shown by his treatments of textiles including silks, laces, and fabric folds. In this pattern set we've included most of his most renown paintings including High Jones, Colonel Theodore Atkinson, Mary Leh, Captain John Pigett, Samuel Cutts, Elizabeth Browne Rogers, Ann Saltonstall, and Abigail Chesebrough.

Fresh as a Daisy

Release Date: 3/23/2014

Number of Patterns: 23

Daisies are a type of flower in a species called Asteraceae. Other similar flowers include asters and sunflowers. They are found nearly everywhere in the world except for the arctic regions. There most distinguishing characteristic is the flower head made up of tiny florets which share the same stem. Each floret has five petals which are fused at the base to form a tube. Daisies come in many colors including yellow, red, blue, pink, purple, and orange. Our Daisy set includes patterns created from well taken photographs of daisies in their natural settings. You'll find both single and multiple daises in green fields, and against blue skies, taken from above and below.

Rachel Ruysch - Dutch Flower Painter

Release Date: 2/9/2014

Number of Patterns: 18

Rachel Ruysch (1664 -1750) was a Dutch still life painter best known for her artwork involving flowers. She was undoubtedly inspired by her father, a very famous botanist of the era. She had a long career of painting starting at age 15 and continuing producing excellent works well into her 80s. The backgrounds of her paintings were very dark, which was the style for flower paintings at the time. Later in her life, she was influenced by another painter who painted lighter backgrounds, and she too adapted that style. You’ll find many examples of her works in our pattern set, with flowers in bouquets, vases, and with various props including a butterfly, fruits, tree trunks, tulips, insects, and bees.

Cats Two

Release Date: 2/2/2014

Number of Patterns: 23

Cats are small furry, domesticated mammals kept as household pets as they have been for many centuries. Although solitary hunters, cats are actually social species with many forms of vocalization and body language. They have strong, flexible bodies and have better hearing and smelling ability than humans. They can see in the darkness though they have poorer color vision than humans. There are many breeds of cats distinguished by their coats and patterns. In this pattern set you’ll find many different colorful varieties of cats photographed mostly in outside environments. The images are composed of both up close and at medium distances capturing many details. Our feline friends have provided us with many intriguing expressions as they gazed into the cameras.

Benozzo Gozzoli - Italian Renaissance Painter

Release Date: 1/26/2014

Number of Patterns: 30

Benozzo Gozzoli (c. 1421 – 1497) was an Italian Renaissance painter. Although his art doesn’t rival his contemporaries in terms of elevation or strength, his works are attractive because of the rich, lively, and abundant aspects of subjects and objects. In his many frescos, he used bright, vivacious and festive colors. He is best known for a series of detailed murals in the Palazzo Medici-Riccardi depicting festive, vibrant processions. These include the frescos of the Magi in the Magi Chapel, the Journey of the Magi to Bethlehem and a composition of Angels in Paradise. He included a self portrait in the procession. Our pattern set for Benozzo Gozzoli contains many of his recognized works, both in their entirety and also details. The set includes a self portrait, John VIII Palaeologus, several Madonna and Child paintings, Saint Fortunatus Enthroned, Processor of the Magus Balthaza, Follower of the Old King, Lorenzo De' Medici, The Contemplation of Angels, The Evangelists Luke and John, and the Vision of St. Dominic.

Ducks in a Row

Release Date: 1/19/2014

Number of Patterns: 22

Duck is a common name for a large number of species of birds which includes both swans and geese. Ducks are characterized by having long necks, broad bills, scaled legs, colorful plumage, and short, pointed wings. Popular types of ducks include Mandarin, Mallard, Teals, and Wood (also known as Carolina). You can find ducks all over the world in suitable habitats. Our Duck pattern set includes many images of colorful ducks sitting, flying, landing, and walking in their natural environments. You'll find ducklings, mallards, mandarins, and teals in assorted poses and photographic compositions.

William Glackens - American Realist Painter

Release Date: 12/28/2013

Number of Patterns: 40

William Glackens ((1870 - 1938) was an American Realist Painter and one of the founders of the Ashcan School of American Art which focused on portraying scenes of daily middle class life in New York. The works from this group were robust, urban themes done with energetic painting styles. Glackens later developed his own coloristic style which many compared to Renoir. His subject matters varied constantly through his life with portraits, landscapes, and still lifes. Our set of William Glackens patterns includes At Mouquin's, The Soda Fountain, L'Apertif, Nude with Apples, The Terrace, Washington Square, Descending from the Bus, Bathers, Portsmouth Harbor, Luise in a Pink Dress, Girl with Green Apples, The Breakfast Porch, Buddha and the Maidens, The Lake, and a self portrait.

Coral Reefs

Release Date: 12/7/2013

Number of Patterns: 22

Coral reefs are underwater structures made from calcium carbonate secreted by corals. These are tiny animals called polyps which have hard bodies which support and protect their bodies Coral Reefs are sometimes referred to as the "rainforests of the sea", because they contain the most diverse ecosystems on Earth.. Our set of Coral Reef patterns are based on photographs which depict a wide array of coral reef structures arranged in convoluted, intricate, and colorful designs.

Jules Tavernier - Hawaii's Volcano School Artist

Release Date: 11/30/2013

Number of Patterns: 23

Jules Tavernier (1844-1889) was a French painter and was an artist of Hawaii’s Volcano School., a group of non-Hawaiian artists who painted nocturnal scenes of Hawaii's erupting Volcanoes. Taverier also painted landscapes in the San Francisco and Monterey areas. His work was so popular in Hawaii that he became the official painter to the king. Our pattern set contains Volcano at Night, Wailuku Falls, Sunrise over Diamond Head, Marin Sunset in Back of Petaluma, El Capitan, Indian Encampment, A Balloon in Mid-Air, West Coast Indian Baskets on a Blanket, and Waiting for Montezuma.

Snowy Peaks

Release Date: 11/16/2013

Number of Patterns: 22

Majestic mountains always look classier with a coat of white snow on top. Against a bright blue sky, these mountains rewind us of the season we're experiencing, though in some regions these peaks keep their snowy look all year round. Our set of Snowy Peak patterns, contain a wide assortment of these wintery impressions. You find snow peaked mountains accompanied by grassy fields, pine tree forests, cloudy skies, glistening lakes, and rocky terrains.

Robert Henri - American Portrait Artist and Teacher

Release Date: 10/26/2013

Number of Patterns: 44

Robert Henri (1865 - 1929) was an American painter and teacher and a leading figure of the Ashcan School of American realism. The Ashcan school was a moment away from impressionism and focused more on realistic art which would be more relevant to the artist’s time and experience. Henri became a influential art teacher emphasizing more the attitude to their approach to art. His works comprise many portraits including those of his fellow painters. Our collection of Robert Henri patterns includes many of his most recognized works including Salone, Mary Agnes, Woman in Manteau, Irish Boy, La Reina Mora, the Goat Herder, El Tango, Viv in Blue Stripes, Segovian Girl , Roshanara, Patience, as well as several landscapes.

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