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Every day get inspired by beautiful, museum-like art masterpiece and read story it hides. According to Time Magazine, VentureBeat and Mashable, DailyArt is a must-have app for all art lovers.

Do you want to know why van Gogh cut off his ear? Or who is the lady on Picasso's portrait? How Jackson Pollock created his paintings? Open DailyArt and find out. Join the community of over 200.000 art lovers, for whom DailyArt is something that enlightens their day, every day. Just check out some of our 3000 App Store reviews:

- "This one of the best moments in my day!! Not only the beautiful portraits that take you on a trip through time but the wonderful descriptions of the art pieces are detailed and compelling. Thank you for bringing humanity to our lives" - Jamesrtoosweet, April 2015

- "Nothing finer than an app like this. Even if you are well-versed in much of Art History, there are many obscure paintings by well-known and less well-known artists in such a regular basis to make this a great treat and there is a different style or typicality every day. The commentary beneath each painting is accessible and informative. A delight to have!!" - 8Swindons, January 2015

And what media says about us:

- "Even if you already know the work, you may not know all the fascinating details the app serves up on the backstory of the art." - Victor Luckerson, Time Magazine

- “DailyArt is your daily dose of classic paintings, serving up a proverbial shot of espresso to awaken the inner culture vulture in you (...) One of the best 12 educational apps of 2012" - Paul Sawers, The Next Web.

- "With its superb images and informative biographical blurbs, DailyArt is perfect for those looking to add some culture to their day." - Kelly Hodgkins, TUAW

Learn something new about art every day - you just need two minutes. Download your espresso shot of art, for free - with no ads, just pure art.