Transform a flat-screen television into a mesmerizing photo frame with this first volume of paintings in motion. Classic baroque works from the 17th century are enhanced not only by the high-definition clarity of the modern television screen, but by an ethereally animated slow-motion that has an effect both subtle and startling.
Description by Microcinema:
In the beginning of the 17th century, European culture generated a new artistic style, known as the Baroque. Now, for the first time ever you will be able to see the motifs of the old world come to life in slow motion. Experience how a brawl suddenly starts in the Goldsmiths' Guild and how the fish and lobster come to life in a still life painting. Gaze in awe at how a prominent scientist becomes surprised at the lack of gravity and at the fright of a lady due to a ghastly movement through the painting.