WikiPaintings.org - the encyclopedia of painting. Your Paintings. Europeana. Ministère de la culture - Direction générale des patrimoines - Service des musées de France - Joconde, portail des collections des musées de France. Crotos. Crotos Cosmos Lab → Mode contribution 20 Résultats (au hasard) Cosmos Au hasard Ordre chronologique Suggestions : David, Travaux d'Héraclès Aanbidding der KoningenBois-le-Duc De waterdraagster Francisque Millet - Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Satan Smiting Job with Sore Boils William Blake - Tate Britain La Création d'Ève Jacopo della Quercia Saint Jerome as Scholar El Greco - Metropolitan Museum of Art Clotilde assise sur un canapé Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida - musée Sorolla.
Explore the paintings. Guggenheim - Browse By Artist.
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From the Archives. Museum of Modern Art. The Met Just Released 375,000 Priceless Artworks into the Public Domain. MetPublications. Le Metropolitan Museum propose ses publications épuisées en téléchargement gratuit. Met - Titles with full-text online. American Paintings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Vol. 2, A Catalogue of Works by Artists Born between 1816 and 1845 Spassky, Natalie, with Linda Bantel, Doreen Bolger Burke, Meg Perlman, and Amy L. Walsh (1985) American Paintings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Vol. 3, A Catalogue of Works by Artists Born between 1846 and 1864 Luhrs, Kathleen, ed., and Doreen Bolger Burke (1980) LACMA Collections. What Do Cats Have to Do With It? Welcome to Our New Collections Website. Two years ago, we launched an experiment: an online image library where we made 2,000 high-resolution images of artworks that the museum deemed to be in the public domain available for download without any restrictions.
This week, we’ve exceeded ourselves with the launch of our new collections website, giving away ten times the number of images we offered in the initial image library. Nearly 20,000 high-quality images of art from our collection are available to download and use as you see fit (that’s about a quarter of all the art represented on the site). Just look for the “download” option beneath the photo of the artwork. (If you want to see all of the public domain artworks in the collection, run a search and then select “Show only unrestricted images” at the top of the page.) Why would a museum give away images of its art? The new collections website does more than just give images away.
One of my favorite features is the “On View” facet. Enjoy! Amy Heibel P.S. Reading Room. The Reading Room is a special corner of lacma.org dedicated to catalogues and brochures of exhibitions past.
These are out-of-print, hard-to-find publications available here in full for free. From a unique set of publications focused on the Southern California art scene to rare books about German Expressionism, modern art, Southeast Asian art, and more, the catalogues and brochures here reflect the depth and breadth of LACMA’s collection and exhibition history. We continue to add new publications on an ongoing basis. Ilene Susan Fort Richard Brettell, Scott Schaefer, et al. Second EditionHardcover, 9 3/4 x 11 1/4 in., 376 pp., 74 b&w, 154 color illus. Browse The Collection. Rijksstudio: Make Your Own Masterpiece!
Rijksstudio. Frames and supports in 15th and 16th-century Southern Netherlandish painting - ebook.
Open art / open culture. 10 Vintage Museum Web Pages from the 90s. In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web, here are 10 classic museum web pages I dug up on the Internet Archives’ “Wayback Machine.” The web may be 25 years old, but the bravest museums got their web pages up about 18 years ago in 1996. Enjoy the nerdiness—AMNH and LACMAweb especially cracked me up! 1. American Museum of Natural History (1996) 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. New Museum (1997) 10. Like this: Like Loading... From Tate to the Louvre, the world's best museums and galleries online.
Best all-rounders Tate, UK Tate galleries were among the first to recognise the value of the internet – both for engaging with visitors, and for offering multimedia exhibition guides.
Their clear, easy-to-use website includes a wide range of blogs; a dedicated Tate Channel of artist video interviews and short films; and no fewer than 16 apps. Iconic Artists at Work: Watch Rare Videos of Picasso, Matisse, Kandinsky, Renoir, Monet and More. Claude Monet, 1915: We’ve all seen their works in fixed form, enshrined in museums and printed in books.
But there’s something special about watching a great artist at work. Over the years, we’ve posted film clips of some of the greatest artists of the 20th century caught in the act of creation. Today we’ve gathered together eight of our all-time favorites. Above is the only known film footage of the French Impressionist Claude Monet, made when he was 74 years old, painting alongside a lily pond in his garden at Giverny.