The Second Canvas Museu de l'Empordà app is the ideal tool to help you discovering some of the masterpieces from the Museum's collections, now available in high resolution so you won’t miss a single detail. Follow the artistic itinerary proposed by the app and make the most of your trip to the Museum, or enjoy this virtual visit from home.
Developed by Ajuntament de Figueres - Museu de l'Empordà and Madpixel, Second Canvas currently lets you explore 10 of the most outstanding pieces in the Museum’s collection of Catalan and Empordanese painting, such as Sant Narcís (Saint Narcissus), by Salvador Dalí, La Terra (The Earth), by Ángeles Santos, and Sota l'ombrel·la (Under the Parasol), by Lluís Masriera.
• Superzoom lets you examine the pieces in the highest possible quality, with the possibility of looking at
brushstrokes, craquelure, and details that are imperceptible to the naked eye, revealed through the use of gigapixel
• Ten paintings in super-high resolution.
• Guidance from the Museum’s expert staff to help you discover the surprising details, stories and anecdotes hidden behind the artwork.
• The application will gradually be updated to include more artwork, in addition to the incorporation of videos, audio guides, etc. to continue presenting the Museum’s collection with new experiences and information.
• Content available in Catalan, Spanish and English.
We hope you enjoy Second Canvas Museu de l'Empordà. Tell us about your experience with the app, and help us make improvements: email@example.com
More about Museu de l'Empordà: www.museuemporda.org
More about Second Canvas: www.secondcanvas.net
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