The Art History category covers all types of art: painting, sculpture, architecture, etc. All time periods and movements are obviously covered as well.
Online community and resource guide for the artists and art periods of the past.
Masterpieces of Mexican Art from the XIX and XX Centuries from private collections.
Offering biographical information and high-resolution images of many paintings from the great masters of the 19th century.
A record by Craig Eliason of appearances of and references to famous works of art and architecture in the movies, arranged by period.
The Art Browser divides categories of resources by time period and their movements.
Offers an introduction to visual art history. Famous artist's galleries and biographies, movements, major museums.
Exhibition of miniature portraits from XVIII - XX century, information about artists and sitters.
Examples illustrating the development of Christian art, from the Christian Traveler's Guides.
The Internet stepping stone for all those interested in Old Master prints and drawings: publications, events, links to the world's main print rooms, and the periodical Delineavit et Sculpsit.
Dances of Death in Lübeck, Tallinn, Berlin and Denmark. Pictures, books and primary sources. Several books are reproduced.
An art archive with thousands of images that are accessed through an alphabetical list of artist's names and art styles. Covers every style of art from ancient and African to impressionist and modern.
Collection of authentic danced masks from Mexico and Guatemala with discussions and comments on the art of collecting and other curious observations. Antique masks, patination techniques, insect infestation, techniques of collecting.
A site exploring the enduring fascination of the Mona Lisa, including history, parodies, homages and comments from site visitors.
This newsletter lists grants, fellowships, internships, conferences, publication and study abroad opportunities for graduate students in art history and closely related areas.
From PBS - Sister Wendy Beckett, nun and art commentator, takes viewers on a tour through six of America's greatest art museums.
Collects and disseminates information related to the history of collecting and the provenance of individual works of art.
Offers images and historical context for artists and art movements ranging from Gothic and Renaissance to Impressionism and Pop.
Based on the Jacques-Edouard Berger collection of images of art objects and essays devoted to the main civilizations, such as Egypt, China, Japan, India, Europe.
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