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View Resource Norman Rockwell Museum

With a style that is immediately recognizable, Norman Rockwell was America's foremost illustrator throughout the 20th century, working for the Saturday Evening Post for over forty years, and then for Look magazine. Located in Rockwell's longtime home of Stockbridge, Massachusetts, the Norman Rockwell Museum was founded in 1969 with the assistance of Norman Rockwell and his wife, Molly Rockwell....

https://www.nrm.org/
View Resource The International Council of Museums

Formed in 1946, the International Council of Museums (ICOM) is a non-governmental organization that maintains formal relations with UNESCO and that is "committed to the conservation, continuation and communication to society of the world's natural and cultural heritage, present and future, tangible and intangible." To that end, the ICOM has developed this website which pays close attention to the...

http://icom.museum/
View Resource Hirshhorn: Hiroshi Sugimoto

This Web exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution Hirshhorn Museum features series of photographs by Hiroshi Sugimoto, from 1976 to the present, the entire span of his career. The majority of the photographs are black and white, with the exception of the series Colors of Shadow, which reveals, in the artist's words, "sublime variety in shadow hues." Another series in the exhibition is...

https://hirshhorn.si.edu/cluster/sugimoto/
View Resource Goya's Last Works

Considered to be the last of the Old Masters, Francisco de Goya y Lucientes has been the subject of a number of insightful retrospectives and special exhibitions over the past decade. Designed to complement a current exhibition at the Frick Museum in New York, this online collection offers images taken from the last years of his distinguished career. Perhaps the most intriguing drawings offered...

https://www.frick.org/exhibitions/past/2006/goyas-last-works
View Resource Art in Cities

The organizers of Art in Cities say, "Cities are like a huge art gallery with a permanently changing exhibition." Therefore, this web site exists to collect submissions of artwork from cities all over the world, and plot it on a map. To view the art, browse by selecting points on the map, or search by City, Submitter, or artist (Artwork by). There is also a quick link to the most recent uploads....

http://www.artincities.com/
View Resource Peabody Essex Museum: Videos

The Peabody Essex Museum was formed in 1992 as part of the merger between two fine institutions based in Salem, Massachusetts: the Peabody Museum of Salem and the Essex Institute. Since that time, the Peabody Essex Museum has seen a major addition (designed by Moshe Safdie) and experienced a resurgence of interest in its diverse collections, which encompass maritime items, works on paper, and...

https://www.pem.org/index.php?p=explore-art
View Resource Robert Venn Carr Jr. Collection

The Robert Venn Carr Jr. Collection at the University of Maine's Museum of Art is particularly strong in paintings, prints, and other 2D items. The Museum was established in 1946 and all told it contains over 6,000 items. Visitors to this site can browse around by style or by a list of artists. Each item contains information about its materials, the year of creation, and its dimensions. The style...

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http://foglerlibrary.org/carr/
View Resource MetMedia

The tagline on the MetMedia website is "see the Museum in new ways." To live up to this claim, the Metropolitan Museum has gathered a variety of media, presented in an easy to navigate tabbed display. There's video - 513 short and long videos, arranged in chronological order. The newest video is of TEDxMET, October 19th, a day-long ticketed program that explored "signature buildings, singular...

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https://www.metmuseum.org/metmedia
View Resource Wolfsonian Museum: Collections

What South Florida cultural institution is eclectic and borders on the eccentric? The Wolfsonian answers its own question as it houses everything from Art Deco household objects to rare books. The institution was founded in 1986 to exhibit, document, and preserve the Mitchell Wolfson, Jr. Collection of Decorative and Propaganda Arts. A decade later it became part of Florida International...

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https://www.wolfsonian.org/research/collections/