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Art - Art Hist

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Art History - Art        

 

 

General

African Art

American Art

Ancient Art

Asian Art

Biographical

European Art

Indian Art of the Americas

Islamic Art

Latin American

Medieval

Modern and Contemporary

Oceanic/Pacific

Prehistoric

Renaissance

 

General

 

Art History Resources on the Web

http://witcombe.sbc.edu/ARTHLinks.html 

Links to a variety of web sources about artists and stylistic periods. Includes commentary on specific works of art and many images. Arranged chronologically from prehistoric to 20th century. Worldwide coverage.

 

artnet.com

http://www.artnet.com 

View works by over 16,000 artists. Research artists' biographies, art styles and movements, and materials and techniques from The Grove Dictionary of Art.  (Please note that the Grove Dictionary entries are partial articles.  Access to the entire article is available in the Newark Public Library's Arts & Humanities Division.)  See the schedules, sample pieces, and criticism for current exhibits in  U.S.  museums and galleries   Visit the services section to find contact information for art appraisers, insurers, art shipping and handling, conservation, etc. browse current exhibits, or consult their alphabetical directory of galleries, museums, and auction houses in the U.S.

 

Art Through Time

http://www.learner.org/courses/globalart/

"Art Through Time: A Global View, featuring thirteen half-hour programs, a guide, text, and other Web resources, takes a thematic approach to art history and appreciation. Rather than a linear chronology, the materials explore connections in Western and non-Western art, illuminating the breadth, complexity, and beauty of works produced around the world and at different periods of time. In each program focusing on a particular theme, a diverse group of leading experts, together with a living artist, contextualize and connect featured works from different cultures and eras. The Web site, guide, and text provide a variety of opportunities to learn more."

 

History of Art by History Link 101

http://www.historylink101.com/history_of_art.htm 

Brief lessons on the art and architecture of various civilizations--African, prehistoric, Chinese, Greek, Mayan, Roman, and Mesopotamian.

 

Met Publications

http://www.metmuseum.org/metpublications/

“Five decades of Met Museum publications on art history available to read, download, and/or search for free.”

 

Mother of All Art History Links Pages

http://www.umich.edu/~motherha/

Links to art museums national and international, image collections and online art, fine art schools and to a sampling of online exhibits.

 

Smarthistory

http://smarthistory.org/

"Smarthistory.org is a free multi-media web-book designed as a dynamic enhancement (or even substitute) for the traditional art history textbook." Browse by time period, style, artist, or theme. Includes videos and podcasts.

 

Voice of the Shuttle: Art History

http://vos.ucsb.edu/browse.asp?id=3404 

A extensive directory of links to art history resources.

 

Web Gallery of Art

http://www.wga.hu 

While primarily a collection of (over 11,600) digital reproductions of European paintings and sculptures created between 1150 and 1800 (Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque periods), this site also offers commentary on many of the works and brief biographies of the artists. Search by artist's name or take one of their "Guided Tours" to explore a particular period or genre.

 

Web Museum, Paris

http://www.ibiblio.org/wm 

Biographies and criticism of Western European and American artists. Also includes a glossary of painting styles.

 

WAAND (Women Artists Archives National Directory)

http://waand.rutgers.edu/

"An innovative web directory to U.S. archival collections of primary source materials by and about women visual artists active in the U.S. since 1945."

 

Writing about Art

http://www.writingaboutart.org/index.html

A guide to writing compositions, reports, and term papers about art.

 

African Art

 

Cycles: African Life Through Art

http://www.imamuseum.org/interactives/cycles

Features a gallery of African artifacts (browsable by region), a glossary, and sections on phases of life. From the Indianapolis Museum of Art. 

 

The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA)

http://mocada.org/

Information about exhibitions, programs, and publications.

 

National Museum of African Art

http://africa.si.edu/collections/index.htm

Suggested reading, information, and images.

 

Timeline of African Art

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ht/index-africa.html

A clickable timeline prepared by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Thematic essays are also available.

 

Wonders of the African World

http://www.pbs.org/wonders/index.html

Explores African history and culture with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. of Harvard University.

 

Writing about Art

http://www.writingaboutart.org/index.html

A helpful guide to compositions, reports, and term papers for school and university students.

 

American Art

 

American Art

http://www.metmuseum.org/TOAH/hi/te_index.asp?i=America

Thematical essays covering topics in American art.

 

American Art at the Phillips Collection

http://www.phillipscollection.org/research/american_art/index.htm

A timeline, teaching resources, and a catalogue of works.

 

American Masters from Bingham to Eakins

http://www.nga.gov/feature/wilmerding

Includes a zoomable slideshow and exhibition highlights of this collection at the National Gallery of Art.

 

Archives of American Art

http://www.aaa.si.edu

Transcripts of interviews with artists, focus guides, online collections, and more.

 

 

Ancient Art

 

 

Art of the First Cities

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/trdm/hd_trdm.htm

Intended to accompany the exhibit "Art of the First Cities" that was shown at the Metropolitan Museum, this site presents examples of art from the region called the "cradle of civilization," an area stretching from the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean across Iran and Central Asia to the Indus Valley. The site is divided into eight thematic sections.

 

Cleopatra: A Multimedia Guide to the Ancient World

http://www.artic.edu/cleo/index.html

"An interactive journey through the collection of ancient art at The Art Institute of Chicago." Offers close-up views of objects and related stories in audio. The site contains a timeline, a glossary that comes with an audio pronunciation guide, maps, and lesson plans.

 

Exploring Ancient World Cultures

http://eawc.evansville.edu

Navigate the site by scrolling through the pages or select a topic of interest from the links on the bottom of the page. Each section includes a chronology, essays, images, texts, and web links.

 

Old Stones

http://www.art-and-archaeology.com

Featured here is ancient art in Egypt, Greece, Rome, India, Japan, and elsewhere. The materials include photographs, essays, timelines and additional links to related art history pages.

 

Asian Art

 

Asian and Near Eastern Art

http://www.asia.si.edu/collections/ancientNearEast.asp

From the Encyclopedia Smithsonian. Offers recommended reading lists, links, and information about the collection in the Freer and Sackler Galleries.

 

Asian Art

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hi/te_index.asp?i=Asia

Thematic essays about various topics prepared by the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

 

Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

http://www.asianart.org/collection.htm

Features collection highlights, podcasts about selected objects, and information about exhibits.

 

Lost Treasures of Tibet

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/tibet

Focuses on restoration efforts for ancient Buddhist murals located in the monastery of Thubchen in the remote Himalayan kingdom of Mustang. Features an interactive tour of Mustang and clues about deciphering Buddha imagery.

 

Biographical

 

AskART.com

http://www.askart.com/AskART/index.aspx 

An invaluable resource for information about North American artists. Search a particular artist to find  images; biography; books and periodicals on the artist; and dealers, exhibits, and museums for the artist.  Some information is available only to subscribers, but you will find plenty for free.

 

National Museum of Women in the Arts: Artist Profiles

http://nmwa.org/explore/artist-profiles

NMWA’s collection includes works by over 1,000 nationally and internationally renowned artists from the Renaissance until today. In-depth profiles of 100 women artists.

 

Women Artists: Self Portraits & Representations of Womanhood

http://www.csupomona.edu/~plin/women/womenart.html 

How artists pictured themselves and other women: biographical and

bibliographical information along with images from western art covering the medieval period to the present.

 

European Art

 

The Art Institute of Chicago: Education Resource Finder

http://www.artic.edu/aic/resourcefinder/

Images and online resources from the museum's Impressionist and Postimpressionist collection.

 

The Atlas of Early Printing

http://atlas.lib.uiowa.edu/

"Depicts the spread of printing through Europe in the fifty years following the European refinement of the tools and process to make impressions from movable type cast in metal." View a map of Europe by year (1450-1500) to see locations of the spread of printing, universities, paper mills, fairs, and trade routes. Also includes material about 15th-century printing and an animated model of a printing press. From the University of Iowa Libraries.

 

Dahesh Museum of Art

http://www.daheshmuseum.org/collection/index.php

An overview of the collection and information about recent acquisitions.

 

European Art

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hi/te_index.asp?i=Europe

A collection of thematic essays from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

 

Pre-Raphaelite Online Resource

http://www.preraphaelites.org/

Offers "full record information and allows users to examine images in great detail. You can choose to browse the online collection, make simple searches or to interrogate the collection data using filtering tools." From the Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery.

 

Van Gogh Museum

http://www.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?lang=en

Photos, videos, podcasts, and information about exhibitions.

 

Western European Art

http://www.hermitagemuseum.org/html_En/03/hm3_3.html

Articles and images arranged into four areas: painting, applied art, sculpture, and prints, drawings, and miniatures.

 

Indian Art of the Americas

 

Ancient Indian Art of the Americas

http://www.artic.edu/aic/collections/exhibitions/AncientIndian/index

Includes a glossary, lesson plans, and collection highlights. Prepared by the Art Institute of Chicago.

 

Art of the Americas

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hi/te_index.asp?i=8

A collection of thematic essays from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

 

Art of the Ancient Americas

http://artgallery.yale.edu/art-ancient-americas

Images and a collection interview from the Yale University Art Gallery.

 

National Museum of the American Indian

http://nmai.si.edu/explore/collections/

Information about the museum's collections and exhibitions.

 

Islamic Art

 

Arts of the Islamic World

http://www.asia.si.edu/collections/islamic.asp

A gallery guide, images, and information about the objects in the collection.

 

Islamic Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

http://www.lacma.org/islamic_art/intro.htm

"Conceived as a companion to the Islamic galleries at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Intended as a general introduction to Islamic art, it draws upon examples from the museum’s comprehensive collection, which includes works from an area extending from southern Spain to Central Asia, ranging in date from the seventh century up to the present day."

 

Islamic Art Network

http://www.islamic-art.org

Includes a photo archive, digitized books, a glossary, and articles.

 

Muqarnas: An Annual on the Visual Culture of the Islamic World

http://archnet.org/library/documents/collection.jsp?collection_id=86

Volumes one through sixteen of this journal are available in the ArchNet Digital Library. "Clicking on the 'year' column heading below will sort articles by volume. Volumes one through twelve are entitled Muqarnas: An Annual on Islamic Art and Architecture."

 

Latin American

 

Coleccion Cisneros

http://www.coleccioncisneros.org

An exploration of Latin American art. Includes a glossary, bibliography, study guide, a collection of the artists' writings, interactive activities, and a timeline. Arranged by broad themes and indexed by artist and movement. Available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

 

Papers of Latino & Latin American Artists

http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/topi c/latino-and-latin-american-36

Documentation from the Smithsonian on Latino and Latin American artists. There are brief descriptions of over 150 collections in the Collections Guide.

 

Medieval

 

International Center of Medieval Art

http://www.medievalart.org

Numerous online resources of both ongoing projects of the ICM, and websites about medieval art.

 

Medieval Art

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hi/te_index.asp?i=15

A collection of thematic essays from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

 

Musee National du Moyen Age

http://www.musee-moyenage.fr/ang/index.html

View tapestries, sculpture, and other items from the collection. Includes a description of the collection and an image gallery.

 

Modern and Contemporary

 

Beyond Geometry

http://www.lacma.org/beyondgeometry

This site is a companion to an exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). The site features an overview of artistic movements, annotated images, brief biographical information about the artists, a timeline, and a glossary.

 

Contemporary Artists Index

http://gate3.cia.edu/cia/index.php

An index to contemporary group exhibition catalogs.

 

Cubism Image Bank

http://www.usc.edu/dept/architecture/slide/babcock

Examples of works arranged chronologically. Also includes biographical information.

 

Digital Dada Library

http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/dada/collection.html

Scanned Dada periodicals, leaflets, and ephemera from The University of Iowa Libraries.

 

Modernism

http://www.artsmia.org/modernism

Examples, a timeline (1880 to 1940) and brief video introductions by the exhibit curator. Includes definitions of terms, photographs of artists and designers, and curatorial comments on modernism, antiques, and collecting. From The Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

 

Online Picasso Project

https://picasso.shsu.edu/

This comprehensive resource includes a biography, art, writings, and more.

 

The Life and Times of Frida Kahlo

http://www.pbs.org/weta/fridakahlo

Features a brief biography, timeline, photos (including those with her husband Diego Rivera), images of her art, and transcripts of interviews with historians. Also includes teaching materials and links to related sites.

 

The-Artists.org

http://the-artists.org

"The major modern & contemporary visual artists (up to 7000). The masters since 1900 are represented with their portrait and biography, with links to webresources 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."

 

Oceanic/Pacific

 

British Museum: World Cultures

http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/world_cultures.aspx 

Topics in Oceanic art include Polynesia and Melanesia. The sections offer online tours, an introduction, and related galleries.

 

National Gallery of Australia: Indigenous Art

http://nga.gov.au/ATSIArt/Index.cfm

Collection highlights, related exhibitions, and a link to "The Aboriginal Memorial" installation.

 

Oceanic/Pacific Art

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hi/te_index.asp?i=24

A collection of thematic essays from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

 

Secrets of Easter Island

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/easter

Information about the civilization and the megaliths on Easter Island.

 

Prehistoric

 

The Cave of Lascaux

http://www.culture.gouv.fr/culture/arcnat/lascaux/en

Take a virtual tour of the cave paintings at Lascaux, France and learn how the cave was discovered and why it was closed.

 

EuroPreArt Project

http://www.europreart.net/

A database of European prehistoric art documentation with more than 800 records and 2700 images.

 

The Rock Art Foundation

http://www.rockart.org

Information about "the Native American rock art in the Lower Pecos region of Southwest Texas." Includes a gallery and frequently asked questions.

 

 

Renaissance

 

Census

http://www.census.de

Select the census database to view images of Renaissance art and architecture.

 

Illuminating the Renaissance

http://www.getty.edu/art/exhibitions/flemish/home.html

A digital exhibition of Flemish illustrated manuscripts prepared by the Getty Museum.

 

The Renaissance Collection

http://www.renaissanceconnection.org/main.cfm

This educational website geared toward middle school students focuses on art and history of the Renaissance. Includes images, maps, a timeline, glossary, lesson plans, and related links. From the Allentown Art Museum, Pennsylvania.

 

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