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Duerer. Interactive Visit Albertina

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Duerer.iso_.zip (391.56 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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This app works with: SheepShaver,

In its Albrecht Dürer exhibition, the Albertina presents the oeuvre of this most renowned artist of the northern Renaissance.

Comprising more than 190 works from all major Dürer collections worldwide - 20 paintings, 140 watercolours and drawings, as well as the famous master engravings and the much-admired woodcut-cycles. This show offers a survey of the relevant subjects and genres Albrecht Dürer dealt with in his art. Besides the Albertina's masterworks such as Hare, Large piece of Turf and Hands in Prayer, the most significant paintings are shown together with their preliminary studies for the first time.

Arranged in chronological chapters focussing on specific themes, the Dürer exhibition provides a profound insight into all of the artist's creative periods. - Original English description taken from the box

Plays in English and German

Links:
Eurobuch.com/Dürer. Interactive Visit Albertina
Amazon.de/Dürer, 1 CD-ROMDtsch.-Engl. Für PC und MAC

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC PPC (Carbonized) x86 (Windows)

This is a hybrid CD-ROM for PC and Mac.

System requirements Mac:
PowerPC G4/450 MHz
Mac OS 9.0.1+, Mac OS X native

System requirements PC:
Pentium 2/450 MHz
Windows 98/NT4/ME/XP

Common requirements:
128 MB of RAM
1024 x 768 pixel
DirectX or OpenGL recommended
No installation neccessary

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IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2019, January 2 - 5:55pm

Plays In Sheep, sort of.

Thanks for the request.
Runs fine in Sheep, but a bit slowly.

Idéfix's picture
by Idéfix - 2019, January 2 - 5:53pm

"Plays In Sheep, sort of."

Be more accurate, please. Software is unstable in SheepShaver w/MacOS9? Did you try it in MacOSX?

I hope that you have a lot of german cultural products like that in reserve. Anything about history of technology? Thanks.

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2019, January 2 - 5:43pm

Plays In Sheep, sort of.