Google Art and Culture app gets a new update

Google's new update for the Art and Culture app will also allow a user to follow the steps of Claude Monet by making use of the data which is gathered from Monet's biography and artworks.

    Google's art and Culture app get a new update following which the app allows a user to explore the work done by one of the famous arts personality Claude Monet. The new update will also allow a user to follow the steps of Claude Monet by making use of the data which is gathered from Monet's biography and artworks.

    Google Art and Culture app gets a new update

    As per some sources from the internet, Google's virtual exhibition is coinciding with a show at the National Gallery in London which celebrates the work of Monet. It also covers the little-known details of the Monet's works and travels through Paris, Rouen, Venice and London. Interested users can also follow the Monet's journey through Google Earth's Voyager feature.

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    Further reports suggest that the art enthusiasts can also plunge into Monet's work using ultra high-resolution images which shows off the commendable job that Claude Monet has shown in his artwork. The new update, in my opinion, adds to the benefits of the app and it will make sure that all the emerging artists get most out of the app.

    Google Art and Culture app gets a new update

    Also, in one of our articles related to Google, we have covered that the tech giant had made one of its latest innovations available for the Indian consumers in recent events. Some of our readers might already have heard about the quite popular Google Arts & Culture App which matches your selfie with replica artwork available at any corner of the world. Yes, you heard it right, the app finds your doppelganger situated in any part of the world as an artwork. Further, even after there were some privacy-related concerns amongst the users, Google had cleared all the air which was concerning the app users. As per a report on Quartz, a company spokesperson said that "Google is not using these selfies for anything else other than art". You can read the complete messages here.

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