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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 Smithsonian American Art Museum

This companion Web site to a new book of the same title from the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) will serve many readers as well as the book itself. While the web site lacks the large-size, printed reproductions of artwork and introductory texts of the book, it never the less provides reasonable screen resolution images of all of the 225 works reproduced in the book. The web site is...

https://americanart.si.edu/
View Resource The Holburne Museum of Art, Bath

At present, the only way you can visit the Holburne Museum of Art in Bath is online, since they have closed for refurbishing till 2010. You can read about the plans for the improvements and check out floor plans and the development schedule from a link on the homepage. Visitors will be able to check out the history of the museum's beginnings, the highlights of the fine art and decorative art...

http://www.holburne.org/
View Resource Dallas Museum of Art.TV

Originally started as the Dallas Art Association in 1903, the institution became known as the Dallas Museum of Art in 1984, and their website offers "Films", "Podcasts", and "Exhibitions". In "Films", visitors will find "Artist Films", "Legacy Films", and "Discovery Films". The "Exhibitions" take the form of audio, video, and still images. The Summer Spotlight exhibition features a two...

https://www.dma.org
View Resource Dallas Museum of Art: Texas Art

The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) has compiled a selection of resources for the study of Texas artists, on its mobile-friendly website. One such resource is a searchable joint digital collection, Texas Artists: Paintings, Sculpture, and Works on Paper. Partially funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS), the database includes contributions from Southern Methodist University, the...

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https://www.dma.org/art/texas-art
View Resource The Walters Art Museum: Works of Art

The Walters Art Museum represents the culmination of years of collecting by William and Henry Walters. Their collection was eventually bequeathed to the city of Baltimore and this trove is an overview of world art from ancient Egypt to 20th century Europe. With funds from the National Endowment for the Arts, staff members have created this prodigious collection, which includes thousands of...

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http://art.thewalters.org/
View Resource MoRE Museum

MoRE Museum - the Museum of Refused and Unrealized Art Projects - is a digital museum that "collects, preserves and exhibits on-line refused and unrealised art projects." Founded by art historian Elisabetta Modena and art history doctoral student Marco Scotti, the museum features a wide variety of works that visitors can search by artist, title of art project, or by geographic location. As of this...

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http://www.moremuseum.org/omeka/