Microsoft Art Gallery is a 1993 educational and interactive guide for the London National Gallery published by Microsoft. The software was originally developed by Cognitive Applications in the UK in 1991 as a multimedia learning tool for use in Britain's National Gallery. Originally called "Micro Gallery", Microsoft released a digitized version entitled Microsoft Art Gallery. The software went on sale in Britain in October 1993, and was released in Australia later that year. The title allows players to explore various works of art in an interactive and multimedia way. It features the work of the national Gallery of London. The title contains schema links, allowing the player to explore related content in a seamless way.