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|Art Renewal Center|
Encyclopedic collection of essays, biographies and articles. Mission, philosophy, online museum, posters, articles, and scholarship competition.
|ArtLex Art Dictionary|
Reference material in art, art history, art criticism, aesthetics and art education.
Access to images related to the history of art and architecture. Presented by the Australian National University.
|Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History|
Overview of the history of art as illustrated and represented in the collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Browse by geography, time period, or theme.
|History of Art|
Presents a comprehensive compilation of the art history from Paleolithic Age to contemporary art, including photography, design and classical music with audio samples.
A collection of items not on display at the National Museum of American History. Pictures and information are provided for each object.
Examples of decorative art and design objects from the European and American Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau, Wiener Werkstätte, De Stijl, Bauhaus, and Art Deco movements with a timeline (1880 to 1940).
|Art History Resources on the Web|
Links to information about art history from prehistoric to the present.
Database of entries arranged by artist or timeline. Also features glossary, links and fantasy, Tolkien and sci-fi art sections.
|Art Without Artifice: The Truth About Famous Paintings|
Finally, the questions which the people who wrote your art-history course didn't even dare ask.
Information about artists, civilizations, and historical eras. Includes links to journals, images, and related sites.
|Dictionary of Art Historians|
Dictionary of art historians, museum directors and art scholars. Keyword or phrase search options include name, methodology, country of origin, year or death and birthplace.
|Exploration of Self|
Explores the practice of self-portraiture by artists from the past to modern art.
Modern American portraits from the 1880s to the 1980s that look the viewer in the eye.
|Famous Artists 125|
Biographies and art history are discussed including the people and movements that shaped our cultures.
Learn about famous symbols â€“ meaning and history. A quick guide to the most famous symbols.
|Resources in Art History for Graduate Students|
Newsletter listing grants, fellowships, internships and study abroad opportunities for graduate students in art history and closely related areas. Also art history conferences and publication opportunities.