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View Resource VoS: Voice of the Shuttle

"Woven" by Professor Alan Liu of the University of California-Santa Barbara, the Voice of the Shuttle is a comprehensive, well organized meta-site with pointers to all areas of the humanities. Whether interested in the most basic General Humanities Resources or specialized disciplines such as Postindustrial Business Theory, those pursuing humanities research on the net will likely find the...

http://vos.ucsb.edu/
View Resource Mark Harden's Artchive

Curated by Mark Harden, the Artchive presents a useful collection of art images, text, and articles for art historians from armchair to professional levels. The Artchive itself contains some 2,300 scans of works by more than 200 artists, all accompanied by at least identifying titles, dates, artists's names, and a physical description of the original work. Harden believes that art reproductions...

http://www.artchive.com/
View Resource Minnesota Historical Society (MHS) Photograph Collection Database

The Minnesota Historical Society's new Photograph Collection Database provides information that previously could only be obtained by travelling to MHS and consulting a card file. Yet the site simultaneously illustrates that although the number of historical images on the Web is growing steadily, these images are certainly not all online. The Photograph Collection database contains records for...

http://search.mnhs.org/index.php?brand=cms
View Resource AskArt.com: The Artists Bluebook

AskArt.com is a research service providing biographical and pricing information on American art and artists. Claiming to list 25,000 artists, AskArt.com offers general biographical information, descriptions of works (many with images) both sold and unsold, and an abbreviated bibliography. The database exclusively covers American painting, sculpture, and illustrations, and includes auction sale...

http://www.askart.com/index.aspx
View Resource Los Angeles County Museum of Art Collections Online

LACMA, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, recently made available over 25,000 records accompanied by over 10,000 images representing items from its South and Southeast Asian, Japanese, Islamic, Photography, and Costume and Textiles collections. Another 20,000 records will be added in 2002. Keyword searches can be performed by entering text or by selecting from a drop-down menu of about 45 general...

https://collections.lacma.org
View Resource Turbulence: Commissions and Supports Net Art

The Turbulence project acts as an online gallery for Internet artwork. Since it was formed in 1996 by New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc., it has "commissioned, exhibited and archived over 60 original works." When browsing the collection, visitors will notice that the themes of the works vary widely, ranging from highly expressionistic to more analytical in nature. Many of the items incorporate...

http://turbulence.org/
View Resource Saskia Art Images (CARLI)

The University of Illinois has worked with the Saskia Art Images Collection team to present this collection of more than 30,000 digital images of paintings, sculpture, and architecture. Materials hail from a variety of well-known collections including the Louvre, the Uffizi, and the Prado. First-time visitors can start with the About section to get a sense of the scope of the collection along with...

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http://collections.carli.illinois.edu/cdm/landingpage/collec...