Nowadays, people don’t find time for other activities such as taking a visit to an art gallery or looking up from their tightly fit lifestyle. Art is something all want to enjoy looking at and don’t find time for it in their busy life.
Google Arts and Culture, a free app, has launched a new option for a filter called Art Filter. This app can change any picture into a form of art, such as a masterpiece of Vincent van Gogh, Frida Kahlo, Johannes Vermeer, and many more great master’s artworks. The filter contains editing such as self-portraits done by van Gogh and Kahlo, the famous work of Vermeer Girl with a Pearl Earring, an iron helmet which is a 19th-century collection from the Metropolitan Museum of Art situated in New York, and an ancient Egyptian necklace which at present belongs to the Royal Ontario Museum in Canada.
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When a user applies any of the filters, the Google Arts and Culture app gives them the details of origin and creation of the art filter selected. This kind of app helps a person to have a different viewpoint of the art, and also people get to know about the art in an easier way than googling them up and are shared with a hashtag #ArtFilter. A similar feature was released in May called Art Transfer. It contained a combination of artwork from the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Here brushstrokes of van Gogh, Kahlo, Leonardo da Vinci, Edvard Munch, and more are given as a choice.
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