Since 1954, the Archives has collected roughly 16 million letters, photographs, diaries, sketches, scrapbooks, business records, and other documentation that supports the study of the history of the visual arts in America. The Archives recently replaced microfilm with digitization to foster the widest accessibility to its collections and oral history interviews.
Art History Research Centre
The 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.
Offers browser access in HTML format to the archive for all fine art scans. There are now more than 2,000 scans from over 200 different artists.
Art and Art History on the Internet
Useful information on the Internet concerning many aspects of art, including but not limited to: Fine art; Design; Architecture; Applied Arts; Media, including film, television, broadcasting, photography; as well as relevant historical, philosophical and contextual studies. Also includes many museum website collections.
This ImageBase is a fully keyword searchable database; it contains 82,000 images from the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
Biographical Information about artists and an extensive image database of their works.
National Gallery of Art
Houses one of the finest collections in the world illustrating major achievements in painting, sculpture, and graphic arts from the Middle Ages to the present.
World Wide Art Resources
Discover the largest fine art marketplace for original and contemporary art online. Browse or search through over 87,000 works of art by medium, subject matter, price and theme. View artwork by over 22,000 masters in the art history section. Harness the best arts information : contemporary artists and masters, museums, galleries, fine art, art history, art education, antiques, dance, theater, and more.