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View Resource The Huntington Archive Screenshot

The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Photographic Archive of Buddhist and Asian Art is a remarkable collection that features more than 40,000 photographs of art and architecture from across this vast and diverse region. The National Endowment for the Humanities supported the digitization of much of this collection. Visitors can use a range of search terms to locate specific items and it's worth...
View Resource The Clark: Digital Collections Screenshot

The Museum at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute may currently be closed for renovation (until July 4, 2014), but in the meantime digital collections from the Library at the Clark are still available online. The Library's special collections are diverse and include formats such as artists' books, photographs, clippings, digitized books, archival finding aids, and ephemera. One important...
View Resource The Brummer Gallery Records Screenshot

The Brummer brothers, Joseph and Ernest, were art dealers with galleries in New York and Paris who collected decorative arts from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, Pre-Columbian America, and the Baroque period. After Ernest's death in 1964, his widow, Ella Bache Brummer, donated The Brummer Gallery records to the Metropolitan Museum of Art which has made this digitized collection available. The...