Children go on an exciting journey through the world of art by looking for details in famous paintings. The app includes 15 paintings, all from the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Works by Renoir, Monet, Manet, Pissarro, Cezanne, Brueghel, van Gogh, Canaletto, van Huysum and more.
100 hidden details require children to look at art in a new way - very close! Can you find a parasol? Do you see two wheat stacks? This app is suitable even for young children who are not confident readers as the questions are read out to you - all you need to do is look carefully and click on the detail once found. There is also an option to read the questions alone and play it without any sound.
The app offers no in-app purchases, it displays no adds, and will not connect to any social media sites. It is self contained and does not require internet connection to run, making it a very safe environment for children to explore.
The game will inspire the children of all ages, whether playing the game on their own or with their parents.
NOTE: I am not affiliated with the J.Paul Getty Museum in any way. I am a private developer and have only used the paintings from their collection that are free from copyright.
-Bug fixes: in one of the paintings (Italian Landscape), one detail has no sound.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.