Cleaning Mona Lisa

Cleaning Mona Lisa

By Lee Sandstead

  • Release Date : 2012-05-29
  • Genre : Art & Architecture
  • FIle Size : 278.98 MB
Score: 3.5
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Cleaning Mona Lisa Mona Lisa is one of the world’s most studied paintings, yet she still has secrets to reveal. Join art historian Lee Sandstead—university professor and host of Travel Channel’s Emmy nominated Art Attack—on an interactive journey into the hidden world of Renaissance and realist art. Watch engaging videos. Read interviews with prominent museum conservators. Interact with gorgeous paintings by artists such as Titian, Rembrandt, Waterhouse, and Bouguereau. All to follow Lee on his quest to understand the greatest secret of all—the craft behind the woman.

Cleaning Mona Lisa was designed by Tapity, Inc., winner of a 2011 Apple Design Award.

"an intriguing, personalized story from a passionate and talented art historian" ~ MacStories

"Bringing iBooks to a new standard" ~ TUAW

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  • Very interesting

    By Radperson
    Very interesting, not too heavy and not too light in terms of tone. Engaging and well presented. There is actually a fair amount of interactive content (video etc) but it is perhaps too light on good old written content. The entire book is only 20 pages long - while it is a very well presented and interesting 20 pages, it's a shame it's not 200 pages. If this was in a bookshop it would be too short to sell. I'm looking forward to the days when nice thick well written and lavishly illustrated coffee table books can be bought as e-books but we are not there yet. Then again, at around $5 this book is reasonably priced for what you get (a bit over an hour of reading and exploring the interactive features).
  • Somewhat of a disapointment

    By Peter Byrne
    Over priced and under resourced. The small illustrations do not size up so any explanations using them as examples are a waste and a fustration. I,m sure the author has much knowledge but this is pure graduate work and then not necessarily a pass.