Newport Brushstrokes Fine Art Catalogues: Instructions
Newport Brushstrokes Fine Art specialises in the Photo-to-Canvas process. We also specialise in reproductions artworks such as the oil painting Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci. We have a catalogue section where you can select an artwork or artworks to have reproduce by our fantastic artists.
On our website www.newportbrushstrokes.com, there is a link where you can look our catalogues, which is the following link Art Selections. There are three sections: Art Magazines, Artists Catalogues, and Sports Catalogues. Whenever you click on an online catalogue, a new tab will open. The digital catalogue is designed like the physical copy. When you click on the corner of the page or the arrows (on the sides or on top of the page), you hear the sound of pages being flipped, as if you had the physical copy of a catalogue. If you want to go back to the first or last pages of the catalogue, click on the arrows with a bar in front of them.
If you wish to look at an oil painting in close detail, you have the option to zoom in or zoom out by clicking on the magnifying glass symbol with a “plus” symbol on top of the page. Once you zoom in, you can swipe left or right to zoom as you wish. This feature is especially practical for reading the biographies of artists or reading the articles in the art magazines. To have a look at all the pages of the catalogues, you click on the thumbnails link on the bottom left-hand corner. To search for something in the catalogues, there is a magnifying glass besides the help icon to help you search for something specific.
In some cases, the layout can be different you need to place the cursor on the catalogue itself in order to flip the pages, zoom, etc. The thumbnail is on the top right-hand corner. On the top left-hand corner, there are three bars that will lead to other options such as search and print.
The screenshots below will give you an idea of the two possible layouts of these catalogues.
Enjoy looking through the catalogues and the art magazines.
Flora Habbab, BFA