Many of you may have come across the significant video 'Women In Art" by Philip Scott Johnson aka. eggman913. If you are anything like me, you may have tried to guess how many of the artists you could name. I managed 52 out of the 90, (generally doing much better with the 19th/20th century stuff), before having to resort to the list kindly provided by Boni. The video itself demonstrates a significant use of digital assets that might serve as a model with which to develop other creative and innovative ways of learning. Watching the video encourages one to think more deeply. Boni's page and links to further information about the artists and the paintings add extra value.
Combined, these two resources are an excellent example of how technology enables us to develop analytical skills, draw relationships and decode a subject. Another of eggman913's work features a selection of portraits by Picasso, that capture an essence that goes far beyond the initial content.
I gather the software used was Fantamorph
Thanks to Open Culture for the link.