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|Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art|
Features paintings by Futurism's main protagonists: Giacomo Balla, Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carrą, Gino Severini, Luigi Russolo and Ardengo Soffici. Includes artist biographies with images, and information about exhibits.
|Istanbul Museum of Modern Art|
Privately owned museum devoted to modern and contemporary art in Turkey. Including visiting info, exhibitions, photo gallery, cinema programs, and library. In Turkish and English.
Features visitor information, exhibition schedule, and images of works from the museum's collections of masterpieces from the Dutch Golden Age. Available in Dutch and English.
Online tours of the collections of art and antiquities at the Vatican museums. Collections include the Gregorian Egyptian and Etruscan Museums, Raphael's Rooms, the Pinacoteca (Art Gallery), and the Ethnological Missionary Museum.
|Mucha Museum, Prague|
Museum with a large collection of the works of art nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha, run by the foundation headed by the artist's grandson. English and Czech.
The Villa Romanowka in Krynica, Poland, displays the work of Nikifor and other non-professional artists. Includes illustrated article on Nikifor. In Polish, English or German.
Maintains a museum of early musical instruments restored to playability, a chamber consort, and a Baroque orchestra.
|State Hermitage Museum, The|
Peruse the collections housed at St Petersburg in the former Winter Palace of the Russian tsars. Virtual tour offers panoramic views of rooms and masterpieces. In English and Russian.
|State Museums of Florence|
Lists locations, exhibits, educational services, and opening hours for the body entrusted with largest ensemble of art works in Italy. Details include the Uffizi library, and Medici legacies. In English and Italian.
|Ukrainian Museum, The|
New York museum of Ukrainian ethnology and folk art, with fine arts by Ukrainians. Includes collections, calendar, and membership information.