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  • Art History - Online community and resource guide for the artists and art periods of the past.
  • AHNCA - Association of Historians of Nineteenth-Century Art whose goal is to foster dialogue and communication among those who have a special interest in the field of nineteenth-century art and culture.
  • Allexperts Art History Q&A - Art historians and other volunteer experts answer all your detailed one-on-one questions.
  • ARC International - The Art Renewal Center - Offering biographical information and high-resolution images of many paintings from the great masters of the 19th century.
  • Art Cellar Exchange: Millenium Archive - The Art Cellar Exchange's alterego, Arty, looks back at some of the most significant art work produced in modern history and their impact on life today and in the coming millennium.
  • Art Historians' Guide to the Movies - A record of appearances of and references to famous works of art and architecture in the movies.
  • Art History at Loggia - Explores the history of art with information about artists, styles, and periods. Includes resources and reference materials about art history, searchable database, and forums.
  • Art History Courses Taught by Gerald Bowles - Art history professor provides his syllabi, suggested reading list and other teaching tools and information.
  • Art History with Michelli - The Art Browser divides categories of resources by time period and their movements.
  • Art of Empire - Features academic information about the art, architecture, and backgrounds of the Ottoman, Papal, Incan, Aztec, Persian, and Mughal empires.
  • ArtMagick - Virtual art gallery displaying paintings and poetry from art movements of the 19th and 20th centuries with an emphasis on displaying works of art by artists who have been forgotten or neglected in recent years.
  • - Internet-based art museum experience, includes specialized exhibitions with emphasis on background information not normally available to the public.
  • Audio Recordings of Great Works of Art - Exploring the aural aura of masterworks as found in the sounds in the immediate locations of highly regarded paintings, sculptures, and other artworks.
  • Carol Gerten's Virtual Art Museum - A broad gallery that includes biographies and images for hundreds of well-known American, French, Spanish, Dutch, German and Japanese artists.
  • Christian Art and Artists from Late Medieval to Modern - Examples of Christian art and artists illustrate the development of Christian art, from the Christian Treveller's Guides.
  • Delineavit et Sculpsit - The Internet stepping stone for all those interested in Old Master prints and drawings: publications, events, links to the world's main print rooms, and the periodical Delineavit et Sculpsit.
  • Department of History of Art, Belgrade - History of art in Yugoslavia - related material: texts, images, projects.
  • Dictionary of Art Terms - Not an in-depth dictionary, but has some helpful information.
  • Horse in Art - About the history of horse representation in art since from ancient times till present.
  • HuntFor Art History - Quick reference for all periods in the art history, images and links.
  • Images of Feeling - Offering images and a few biographies on a number of 19th and 20th century artists.
  • Italian Renaissance - Short overview of the period and biographies and images of the major artists.
  • Know Your Art - Database for the study of the history of art from Utah University. Images and data about works of architecture, sculpture, and painting from prehistory to the 20th century.
  • Mark Harden's Artchive - An art archive with thousands of images that are accessed through an alphabetical list of artist's names and art styles. Covers every style of art from ancient and African to impressionist and modern.
  • Mona Lisa Images for a Modern World - A site exploring the enduring fascination of the Mona Lisa, including history, parodies, homages and comments from site visitors.
  • New Deal/WPA Art History - This site has information and photos of extant WPA/New Deal art, focusing on Illinois, Ohio, and California. There are extensive biographies, a timeline of the New Deal, and other odd bits of information.
  • OCAIW: Art Images on the Web - Orazio Centaro's site. Includes a long alphabetical listing of artists and includes links to images that reside on both the OCAIW site and other artist sites on the Web.
  • Ouroboros - A worm or serpent with its tail in its mouth, symbolizing completion, perfection and totality, the endless round of existence. Images and links to images of examples from various periods and cultures.
  • Resources in Art History for Graduate Students - This newsletter lists grants, fellowships, internships, conferences, publication and study abroad opportunities for graduate students in art history and closely related areas.
  • Sister Wendy's American Collection - From PBS - Sister Wendy Beckett, nun and art commentator, takes viewers on a tour through six of America's greatest art museums.
  • Subjectivia: Study of Post-Modern and Modern Ideologies. - Study of issues relating to modern and post-modern art, includes reviews of recent projects in the arts including photography, film and museum exhibitions. Political issues also addressed.
  • The Getty Provenance Index - Collects and disseminates information related to the history of collecting and the provenance of individual works of art.
  • The Piero Project - ECIT - Electronic Compendium of Images and Text
  • Virtual Ukiyo-e - Alexander Nisbets 's collection of Ukiyo-e (images of the Floating World).
  • WebMuseum: Famous Paintings - A comprehensive and well organized site that offers rich images and concise historical context for artists and art movements ranging from Gothic and Renaissance to Impressionism and Pop.
  • Weisberg , Gabriel P. - Art historian Gabriel P. Weisberg's work focuses on themes affecting French art from the middle of the nineteenth century until World War I.
  • White on White - Ongoing documentation of the history of paintings that are a shade of white, and the motivation of the artists who paint them.
  • World Art Treasures - Based on the Jacques-Edouard Berger collection of images of art objects and essays devoted to the main civilizations, such as Egypt, China, Japan, India, Europe.
  • ArtLex - Art Dictionary - Reference material in art, art history, art criticism, aesthetics, and art education. Definitions of thousands of terms, illustrations, quotations, and links to other resources.

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