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The Google Cultural Institute:  Google Art Project is a collaboritive partnership with several world acclaimed art... see more

E-Books Directory has a well organized site map format that makes it easy for you to locate free downloadable e-Books of... see more

Thingiverse is a free website for you to share, make, and discover things made using a 3D printer. 3D printers represent... see more

The Sony Xperia(tm) XZ1 Smartphone with 3D Creator App allows you to capture, save, view, and edit your world in 3D,... see more

The Getty Museum Foundation (OSCI) is helping museums make the transition from printed museum scholarly catalogues to... see more

This site provides a photo of the enigmatic Kryptos Sculpture at the CIA Headquarters in Washington, D.C., as well as a... see more

Art Babble features high-quality art related video content presentations from over 50 cultural institiutions from around... see more

Art Forum (Magazine website) follows what is happening in the International Modern Art World. Here you will find... see more

"In this book the author have attempted to give a sketch of the history of sculpture from the beginnings of civilization... see more

The American Art Collaborative Linked Open Data Initiative will be linking 14+ American Art Museums using Linked Open... see more

Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institute, is an excellent image collection containing over 8,000 photographs,... see more

Teachers of various age groups and subjects will find this material useful. This resource will be of particular interest... see more

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"A collection of sixteen pictures of Greek marbles, with introduction and interpretation. Within the limits of this small... see more

According to the author, "The title of this book speaks for itself; I have only to add here that it differs from most... see more

New Art TV provides you with free videos about collectors/curators of comtemporary art and contemporary artists... see more

As of today (Feb. 7, 2017) The Met has adopted an open access policy making more than 375,000 public domain works in the... see more

Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam is the current leader in Open Content. Open Content calls for curators to put their holdings... see more