It is not the same as seeing the great masters' brushstrokes firsthand, but not everyone has the opportunities to go to famous museums. And this kind of show has it's own advantages, it is fascinating, larger than life, entertaining and educational. I don't think Klimt or Monet would have minded at all. As for Van Gogh, he'd be thrilled.
The French company behind flashy digital shows of Klimt, Klee, van Gogh and others is bringing fine art to a mass audience. And it’s turning a profit.