|This is our collection of
websites in the field of chemistry that we have identified as
having content and relevance to the college or university
student studying the subject of Art & Art History.
These sites are not lists of links. Instead they contain data,
tutorials and background information that will serve to assist
the understanding of the subject as well as providing ideas for
research projects and papers.For general academic
resources which may contain Art & Art History related materials
as well as from other subjects
The mission of the
Artcyclopedia is to become the definitive and most effective
guide to museum-quality fine art on the Internet. They
have now indexed 1200 arts sites, and offer more than 32,000
links to an estimated 100,000 works by 7,500 renowned artists.
Art History Research Center
AHRC is the first and foremost tool for art historical
research on the internet. It shares key resources and methods of
online research so that art historians can find the resources
relevant to their work. Hosted at the Art History Server at
Concordia University, Canada.
Art History Resources on the Web
Art History Resources on the Web is the web's most extensive
collection of links to anything and everything art and art
history related. Maintained by Chris Witcombe
Professor, Art History, Sweet Briar College, Virginia
is a privately held corporation dedicated to the creation and
maintenance of the world’s most comprehensive centralized
database about American artists. Our founders, our investors,
and our staff are committed to offer to the public this
unprecedented educational and professional resource—digital
images, biographical documentation, book references, auction
data, and the opportunity to engage in open forum dialogue on
the subject of American artists.
Conceptart.org is a web community of artists who are here
for one purpose: To help each other learn about art, provide the
best place to showcase work, further our art educations, and to
meet other artists from around the world. Conceptart.org is a
community funded from within, and with the support of sponsors
and professionals on the site.
deviantART was launched to provide a central location for
graphical artists to display their creations for feedback and
exposure. With an emphasis on digital works as pieces of art
rather than desktop eye candy, the community grew rapidly.
deviantART continues to commit itself to responding to the
creative outlet needs of its members, releasing and revamping
categories as interest grows. From humble beginnings as
primarily a static image file gallery, deviantART is now proud
to host poetry, photography, flash exhibits, cell phone art, as
well as an enormous Indy art and wallpaper sections and skins
for 105+ applications.
Earth as Art
Earth as Art Gallery you can view our planet through the
beautiful images taken by the Landsat-7 satellite - and most
recently, the Terra Satellite's Advanced Spaceborne Thermal
Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER). This gallery of
images uses the visceral avenue of art to convey the thrilling
perspective of the Earth that satellites provide to the viewer.
The Frick Art Reference Library
The Frick Art Reference Library's online catalog,
contains more than 230,000 records for books, exhibition
catalogs, journals, microforms, CD-ROMs, videos, electronic
resources, archival materials, and artist files. This number
represents material cataloged, in process, and on order from the
Library's establishment in 1920 to the present.
The resources of the
Metropolitan Museum of Art are available online. The
interactive timeline of art history is
The Mother of All Art and Art History Links Page
The Mother of All Art and Art History Links Page is
sponsored, maintained and updated by the School of Art and
Design at the University of Michigan.
The New York Public Library’s Digital Library Collection
New York Public Library’s Digital Library Collection
fulfills the institution’s traditional mission to provide "free
and open access to the accumulated wisdom of the world" in the
digital realm. The Digital Library Collection website provides
online access to collections of unique and rare materials of
value to students, creators, scholars, and educators through
searchable archival finding aids, full-text documents, digital
surrogates and guides to images, and born-digital materials.
Online Picasso Project
On-line Picasso Project, established in April 1997, is a
purely educational, non-profit, academic project supported by
research and development grants from Sam Houston State
University and Texas A&M University.
The Piero Project
Piero della Francesca's
Legend of the True Cross, painted between 1452 and 1466,
in the church of San Francesco in Arezzo, Italy, has been used
in preparing an experimental pilot project. All the images of
the fresco cycle have been scanned from 8"x10" color
transparencies or 2"x2" color slides, then texture mapped into
the computer at a level of resolution that functions for close
study, distant viewing, and above all, during real-time
movement. From Princeton University.
The Royal College of Art
Department of Interaction Design explores the role of
technology in people's lives and imaginations. "Essentially, we
represent an alliance between electronics and the humanities.
Our teaching, our research, our designs — all are as much about
culture and society as about emerging technologies."
the-artists.org Through its extended database
of 20th Century and contemporary visual artists the masters of
the past hundred years are represented with their portrait,
dates and places of birth -and death-, with links to web
resources to find anything you want to know about them, with
images of their work, comprehensive biographies and articles,
and if it exists, the artist's personal website.
Traditional Fine Arts Organization
The character of affairs of
Arts Organization, Inc. is for charitable purposes including
fostering education and nurturing understanding of American
visual arts among student and adult populations through
publications, guidance and counseling of nonprofit arts
organizations and related activities. Their
Resource Library Magazine is believed to be the first and
most comprehensive Internet-based publication devoted to
American representational art.
Virtual Uffizi site contains 505 exact files, one for each
of the painting exhibited in the real "Uffizi Gallery", plus apx.
400 images of the above mentioned files. (The number of
paintings exhibited is always changing due to restorations,
external exhibitions, damages from the 1993 bomb, new
acquisitions and so on). They are also planning to add detailed
explanation of each painting plus a lot of other things but
nobody knows when this is going to happen.
Web Gallery of Art
The Web Gallery of Art is a virtual museum and searchable
database of European painting and sculpture from 12th to
mid-19th centuries. It was started in 1996 as a topical site of
the Renaissance art, originated in the Italian city-states of
the 14th century and spread to other countries in the 15th and
16th centuries. Intending to present Renaissance art as
comprehensively as possible, the scope of the collection was
later extended to show its Medieval roots as well as its
evolution to Baroque and Rococo via Mannerism. More recently the
periods of Neoclassicism and Romanticism were also included.
Artport is the
Whitney Museum's portal to net art and digital arts, and an
online gallery space for commissioned net art projects.
World Art Treasures
World Art Treasures presents art in a slide show format and
categorized by artist, region and period as well as essays,
lectures and itineraries, produced by the
JACQUES-EDOUARD BERGER FOUNDATION.
World War II Poster Collection
Publications Department at Northwestern University Library has a
comprehensive collection of over 300 posters issued by U.S.
Federal agencies from the onset of war through 1945. All are
viewable on line.