Screensavers – 50 MoMA masterworks on blu-ray and DVD

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Just in time for the holidays comes 50 Masterworks from the Collection on Blu-ray™ and DVD from MoMA and Screen Dreams, a leading developer and distributor of galleries, wallpapers, and screensavers for all flat-panel and HDTVs. This stunning release features licensed masterworks from The Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection and will create a relaxing ambiance and beautiful setting in any home.

Whether you live in Phoenix, Orlando or Killington, VT, with just a flick of your television’s remote control, you can be transported to the New York Museum of Modern Art. From your own living room, you can marvel at the beauty and creativity of the world’s greatest art works produced by some of the most renowned artists in history including Vincent van Gogh, Paul Cezanne and Jackson Pollock.

“What if you could hang an actual Van Gogh in your living room?” asks Stephen Spivak, President and owner of Screen Dreams. “This new Screen Dreams release lets you enjoy 50 individual museum quality masterpieces from 27 different artists. The hi-def DVDs bring the galleries of The Modern Museum of Art into your living room, which allows you to experience and learn about these classics up-close and personal.”

The 50 Masterworks from the Collection Blu-ray disc offers a new special feature that allows users to customize a playlist of their favorite paintings that continuously loops the selected images on the screen. Both the DVD and Blu-ray can be viewed with or without credit information that details the story behind the masterwork, who painted it, and when it was created. The artworks are backed by a relaxing soundtrack improving the ambiance of any room.

MoMA – The Museum of Modern Art DVD Features

Optimized for Widescreen TVs
50 High Resolution Images – including Play All sequence
Over 50 minutes of total content
Soothing Music Tracks in Dolby Digital

Works on all Plasma, LCD, DLP, CRT, Projection, Home Theater HDTVs
Vivid Picture Resolution
Every image plays in a continuous loop
NTSC Region 0 (Free)