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November 15, 2005

Welcome to the latest issue of Argentum Newsletter! This issue announces a bunch of new art packs from MoodBook Development (http://www.moodbook.com/), a subsidiary of Argentum Corporation, as well as a CD offer. As always we would love to hear your feedback at .

Argentum Corporation,
(206) 337-1724


  1. CD offer.
  2. Claude Monet art.
  3. Leonardo da Vinci art.
  4. Pierre-Auguste Renoir art.

CD offer

We're thrilled to have you as a loyal Argentum customer - and we want to keep it that way. That's why we're giving you this exclusive offer.

Buy the Argentum/MoodBook CD package ($12.95 only) and receive an art pack of preference for free.

Your support helped us, so we wanted to give you something back. Take advantage of your exclusive savings and receive a CD. But this special offer expires November 25, 2005, so order today.

Forward us your order notification e-mail, and the name of your favorite art pack, and we'll send you a license key to unlock this pack. Offer expires November 25, 2005.

The CD is shipped to you via air mail, packaged in a jewel DVD box, decorated with cover art graphics. The typical shipping time is 5 days for USA and Canada, 7 days for Europe and Australia and 14 days for Middle East and Africa.

Claude Monet Art

Monet, Claude Oscar, French painter, is generally considered to be the most outstanding figure among Impressionists. The term Impressionism derives from his picture Impression: Sunrise. Monet was using the short brush strokes, which often looked rather like spots of paint, not lines. This was a completely new way of painting that became the mark of Impressionism.


In his final years Monet was troubled by failing eyesight, but he painted until the end. He was enormously prolific and many major galleries have examples of his work. Through his life Monet painted about 2500 paintings.

Impressionism enriched art, and taught people to be open and ready to welcome and enjoy the new styles. Claude Monet, as the leader of Impressionists, made this success possible in the big part. Without Claude Monet art would probably never become so interesting, and full of light, and beauty.

Leonardo da Vinci Art

Leonardo da Vinci, Italian High Renaissance painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, scientist and inventor. Although Leonardo produced a relatively small number of paintings, many of which remained unfinished, he was nevertheless an extraordinarily innovative and influential artist.


The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci is often described as the most famous piece in art history. Guinness Book of Records lists the Mona Lisa as the highest insurance value for a painting in history.

As a scientist Leonardo towered above all his contemporaries. Leonardo actually anticipated many discoveries of modern times. He was among the originators of the science of hydraulics. He invented a large number of ingenious machines, many potentially useful.

Pierre-Auguste Renoir Art

Renoir, Pierre Auguste, a French painter originally associated with the Impressionist movement. Renoir's paintings show vibrant light and color, and harmony of lines. Unlike many Impressionists who focused on landscapes, he painted not only landscapes, but people in intimate and candid compositions.


Recognized by critics as one of the greatest and most independent painters of his period, Renoir is noted for the intimate charm of his wide variety of subjects. Pierre-Auguste Renoir was undoubtedly one of the most prolific artists ever with about 6000 paintings completed during the 60 years he was active as an artist. Two of Renoir's paintings have sold for more than $70 million.

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