Turn photos into antique art portraits, using stunning watercolour, pastel, oil painting auto filters.
Take a picture or choose from your albums, select a painter (Renoir, Degas, Monet, Cezanne, Van Gogh or Gauguin) and that's it!
Now save the result or share it with your friends.
Note: This is an entertaining app: it does not, nor it pretends to, accurately replicate the artwork of the named famous master painters. That is not, and will never be possible.
App has been completely rewritten from scratch: now it is full native iOS code and 100 times faster.
Exclusive and optimized for iPhone and iPad.
12 more painters have been added, for a total of 18 painters: Monet, Cézanne, Renoir, Degas, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Picasso, Klimt, Seurat, Delaunay, Dali, Escher, Rubens, Léger, Warhol, Kline, Lichtenstein and Jean Arp
Painting effects can now be fine tuned with slider bars.
Final composition can now include a frame, like a real photograph would. 40 different wooden and metal frames to choose from.
No watermarks, no ads, no in app purchases, fully works without internet. Enjoy!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Not worth the price
Very, very slow. MobileMonet is a much superior choice.
Tons of fun to use with various photos
Personally, I think this app is terrific. I've tried using several different photos to see how they would look as paintings and I was extremely pleased with the results. This is a great app to use for fun and I could even see people using it for professional work. Overall, the app is simple to navigate and is simplistic with its layout. You have the choices of either using a picture from your library (or camera roll) or taking a picture directly through your camera. It would be nice to see some additional features within the app as well, but all in all, the app does do what it's supposed to do. I highly recommend this to literally anyone or someone who needs to see how something looks as a painting for whatever reason. Do yourself a favor and purchase this app. You won't regret it!
IS THERE A WAY TO GET RID OF THE FRAMES?
I like this app and have created some fun and interesting images with it. As I recall, there didn’t used to be frames and I would like a setting which would allow the user to get rid of the frame without having to crop it out.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.