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Henry the Navigator's emblem "navigating is more important than living" bears eloquent witness to this site. This "museum" is bold in both the art that it features and in the design of the site where it resides. Provided by the Uruguayan newspaper El Pais, it highlights the art of Pedro Figari (1861-1938), Luis Solari (1918-1993), and Javier Bassi (1964- ) at this time. Users can take a virtual tour through the museum, either via the stairs, an elevator, individual floor plans of its three floors, or by clicking on the artist's name. Users may also walk around rooms by use of directional controls, and view any of the artworks, along with information about them and about the artist. The first mouse click opens a separate browser window, and it is in this window that the entire exhibit is viewed. Perhaps the easiest way to navigate the exhibit is via the collection button, although clicking on the Museum logo will return the user to the ground floor at any time. Note that the site is browser intensive, that users should consult the help file before beginning to browse, and that the site is available in both English and Spanish.
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