Smartify art app is now available at The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts


On September, 21 in London it is announced that Smartify art app is available at many world-famous museums, including The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (Moscow, Russia), The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, USA), The Rijksmuseum (Amsterdam, Netherlands) and others.

Smartify is a UK-based social enterprise creating a mobile app with image recognition technology that gives additional information about an artwork when in a museum or online. Today 28 masterpieces from the collection of the Pushkin Museum are available in the application.

“The cooperation between Smartify and the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts is important for involvement of Russian museums into the Global museum network. Smartify unites museums and visitors from different parts of the world to enrich their personal art experience. The recognition technology seems to be very impressive” - commented on the cooperation Vladimir Opredelenov, Deputy Director for IT (CIO), The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.

The list of masterpieces from the collection of the Pushkin Museum

1. Portrait of an Old Man (Fayoum portrait, second half of the 1st century)
2. Portrait of a Woman (Fayoum portrait, 3rd century AD)
3. Constantinople artist of the second quarter of the 15th century “Christ the Pantocrator”
4. School of Coppo di Marcovaldo “Madonna and Child on the Throne”
5. Workshop of Pietro Perugino “Madonna and Child”
6. Sandro Botticelli “Virgin Mary Annunciation. Archangel Gabriel “
7. Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio “Portrait of a Boy as Saint Sebastian”
8. Tiziano Vecellio “Portrait of Cardinal Antoniotto Pallavicini”
9. Bronzino “The Holy Family with the young St. John the Baptist (Stroganoff Madonna)”
10. Lucas Cranach the Elder “Virgin and Child”
11. Joachim Beuckelaer “At the Market”
12. Pieter Brueghel the Younger “Winter Landscape with a Bird Trap”
13. Peter Paul Rubens “Bacchanalia”
14. Frans Snyders “Still Life with Swan”
15. Jan van Goyen “The Waal River near Nijmegen”
16. Willem Kalf “Still Life with Mother of Pearl Cup”
17. Pieter de Hooch “The Morning of a Young Man”
18. Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn “Portrait of an Old Woman”
19. Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn “Artaxerxes, Haman and Esther”
20. Giovanni Antonio Canal “Return of the Bucintoro to the Molo by the Doge's Palace”
21. Alessandro Magnasco “Bacchanalia”
22. Bernardo Strozzi “Allegory of Impermanence (Old Coquete)”
23. Francisco de Zurbaran “The Young Christ”
24. Nicolas Poussin “Rinaldo and Armida”
25. Claude Lorrain “The Abduction of Europa”
26. François Boucher “Hercules and Omphale”
27. Jacques-Louis David “Andromache Mourning Hector”
28. Antoine-Jean Gros “Equestrian Portrait of Prince Boris Yusupov”

To get information about the artwork from the collection of the Pushkin Museum:
– study the list of masterpieces from the collection of the Pushkin Museum available in the Smartify application above;
– find and download to your device the Smartify application (Apple Store, Google Play);
– point a smartphone camera at the artwork you are interested in.


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