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American School in Rome Photo Archive

The Photographic Archive of the American Academy in Rome consists of several valuable and specialized collections of photographs on archaeology, architecture and art, as well as landscape architecture and gardens. It also includes special collections important to the history of the Academy.  Images are available for educational purposes free of charge. (back to top)


Ancient World Image Bank

Images contributed by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University.  AWIB may be viewed, searched and downloaded via their photostream on Flickr. Categories include: China, The Caucasus, North Africa, Western Europe, The Balkans, Turkey, The Levant, Greece, Italy and Egypt.  All AWIB Images are licensed under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution license.  Please cite their images in the manner indicated.  Images are available for educational purposes free of charge.  (back to top)



This database for international architecture, originally emerging from records of interesting building projects from architecture students, has meanwhile become the largest online database about worldwide architects and buildings from past to present. This database includes information over more than 53,000 built and unrealized projects from various architects and planners. The architecture of the 20th century is the main theme of this database. (back to top)


AIA – Architecture Knowledge Review

Not a visual resource, but a great series of podcasts sponsored by the American Institute of Architects.  Free through iTunes. (back to top)


Archnet is an international online community of scholars, students, and professionals addressing the built environment in Muslim societies. The aim is to provide a high-quality, globally-accessible, intellectual resource focused on architecture, urbanism, environmental and landscape design, visual culture, and conservation.  The website includes the Dictionary of Islamic Architecture in the references section and many images that can be searched in a variety of ways. Includes CAD files for download, course syllabi, and more.  (back to top)



This website gives you 360-degree Quicktime panoramic views of monuments in many European cities.  Navigation is easy with Google maps of the city and surrounding areas. (this site does not allow downloading) (back to top)


Art & Architecture

The Art & Architecture website is affiliated with the Courtauld Institute of Art, The Courtauld Institute of Art Gallery and the Conway Library and has more than 40,000 high quality images. No image published on the Art and Architecture web site may be reproduced in any form or by any means, whether print or digital, without the prior written consent of the copyright owners. Images acquired via the Art and Architecture web site are for non-commercial private or educational use only. Republication or redistribution of images, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited. (back to top)


Art Images for College Teaching

AICT is a royalty-free image exchange resource for the educational community which began as a personal project dedicated to the principle of free exchange of image resources for and among members of the educational community. While the AICT site is maintained and distributed under the general auspices of the Minneapolis College of Art & Design (MCAD), this institution is not responsible for content or use thereof. All work on the AICT project has been voluntary, and MCAD-affiliated personnel have contributed innumerable hours of research, clerical, and design effort on a pro-bono basis. Use of the images displayed on this website has also been contributed on a non-royalty basis for the public good. (back to top)


Arts of the United States

This joint project between the Lamar Dodd Art School, University of Georgia and the University of Georgia and Yale University Libraries, contains over 4000 images of works important to the study of the history of art in the United States. The pieces, dating from the 17th century through the 20th, include architecture, decorative arts, painting, sculpture, graphic arts, photography, and stage and costume design as well as Native American art and artifacts. Although the majority of artists represented in the database are American, significant works created by non-native artists while in the United States are included. (back to top)


Asian Historical Architecture

This site is a photographic survey of Asia's architectural heritage containing over 17,500 photos of 848 sites in twenty-one countries, with background information and virtual tours. This website is a collection of photos from many different contributors.  The images can be used for educational purposes – just credit the site "" and also credit the contributor of the photos. The contributor(s) are listed at the bottom of each site's thumbnail page.  For larger image sizes, contact the webmaster and individual contributor.  (back to top)


Beinicke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

This archive from the Beinicke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University allows you to search for photographs, textual documents, illuminated manuscripts, maps, works of art, and books from the Beinecke's collections. Some materials may be protected by U.S. or international copyright laws or by privacy and publicity rights. (back to top)


Bildindex der Kunst und Architektur

This database has about 2 million images of art and architecture in 13 European countries. It is a great image index for research, teaching and editorial inquiries. The collection contains research images and data from approximately 80 partners. For copyright reasons, many images can be works of the 20th century.  The website is only in German. (back to top)


Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

This is a searchable database of some of the western illuminated manuscripts in the British Library. The Library holds one of the richest collections of medieval and renaissance manuscripts in the world, and aims to provide access to images and information about its manuscripts to students, scholars, and the general public.  Manuscripts in the Additional collection are currently being added to the Catalogue. At the moment they consist primarily of around 675 illuminated miniatures cuttings and Hebrew manuscripts and Anglo-Saxon manuscripts.  The images are made available under a Public Domain Mark which indicates that there are no copyright restrictions on reproduction, adaptation, republication or sharing of the content available from the site. However the British Library asks that anyone reusing digital objects from this collection credit the source of the material (providing a link back to the image on the British Library’s website to encourage others to explore and use the collections) and to preserve all public domain marks and notices attached to the works. (back to top)


Casselman Archive of Islamic and Mudejar Architecture in Spain

This collection from the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections contains over four thousand color slides and black and white photographs of medieval Spain taken by the late Eugene Casselman (1912-1996) during his thirty years of travel throughout the Iberian Peninsula. The images span over one thousand years of architectural history, from the seventh to the seventeenth century. The majority of the slides focus on the Mudejar style. (back to top)



Digital collection of images relating to California, including architecture, art, historical photographs, etc. from California institutions. May be used freely for educational purposes, obtain permission for publication and other uses. (back to top)


Catena: Digital Archive of Historic Gardens and Landscapes
Sponsored by the Bard Graduate Center through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Catena, the Digital Archive of Historic Gardens and Landscapes and its companion website, is envisioned as part of a larger, typologically organized archive of digital images with accompanying educational materials. The initial component of Catena is built around the villa, an important landscape type in garden history. Its purpose is to serve as an educational tool for teachers and scholars of landscape history affiliated with schools and universities. The images and intellectual content on this site should be used for educational purposes only. (back to top)


Cities and Buildings Database
The Cities and Buildings Database is a collection of digitized images of buildings and cities drawn from across time and throughout the world, available to students, researchers and educators on the web. You are free to link to the pages, but they request that when you do you provide them with your URL; this will help them to track usage and justify efforts to expand the resource. All files on this site are copyright controlled as indicated. Copying, printing, or distributing any of them without the permission of the copyright holder is expressly prohibited. You must agree to accept these restrictions to search the Cities and Buildings Collection. (back to top)


Chartres: Cathedral of Notre-Dame

This website provides access to a comprehensive collection of images and detailed descriptions of Chartres Cathedral. This collection is hosted by the Digital Research Library at the University of Pittsburgh on behalf of Dr. Alison Stones, Professor of History of Art and Architecture.  Permission is granted for educational use only, provided the appropriate copyright is acknowledged on every image used (see the copyright link on every image). Any other use of these images without the express written consent of the copyright holder is prohibited. (back to top)


Collage: London Metropolitan Archives Online Image Database

COLLAGE stands for: 'City of London Library & Art Gallery Electronic' and contains about 125,000 photographs, prints and drawings as well as over 1,000 maps from London Metropolitan Archives. The collection is devoted primarily to London topography and London life from the 15th Century to the present day. All parts of London (not just the City) are included, as are the adjoining counties. Approximately 1,000 caricatures are also included.  All content (images and text) on this Web Site is copyright City of London and may not be copied or reproduced for any purpose without permission. An application to reproduce any image may be made at the time of purchasing the image(s) online. (back to top)



Compfight is an image search engine tailored to efficiently locate images for blogs, comps, inspiration, and research. They make good use of the flickr™ API, but aren't affiliated with flickr. (back to top)


Digital Archive of American Architecture
This archive, currently consisting of nearly 1,500 digitized images of American architecture (280 buildings) plus explanatory material, was originally constructed as a supplement to a course taught by Jeffery Howe, Boston College.  Images are intended for educational use. (back to top)


Digital Archive of European Architecture
This archive was originally constructed as a supplement to a course taught by Jeffery Howe at Boston College.  Images are intended for educational use. (back to top)


Digital Collections at The Getty Research Institute

Digital Collections provide free access to a growing number of digitized items from the Research Library, Special Collections, Photo Archive, and Institutional Archives. These materials range from the 15th century to the present and include books, photographs, manuscripts, archives, and works on paper. (back to top)


Digital Imaging Project
More than 20,000 art historical images of sculpture and architecture from pre-historic to post-modern, this is a project by Mary Ann Sullivan at Bluffton University. Anyone may link to these pages. Anyone may download these images for personal or educational use. If possible, she would like a credit line in these instances. (back to top)


Digital Public Library of America

The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) brings together the riches of America’s libraries, archives, and museums, and makes them freely available to the world. It strives to contain the full breadth of human expression, from the written word, to works of art and culture, to records of America’s heritage, to the efforts and data of science. The DPLA aims to expand this crucial realm of openly available materials, and make those riches more easily discovered and more widely usable and used. (back to top)


The Emergence of Advertising in America: 1850-1920

The Emergence of Advertising in America presents over 9,000 images, with database information, relating to the early history of advertising in the United States. The materials, drawn from the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Duke University, provide a significant and informative perspective on the early evolution of this most ubiquitous feature of modern American business and culture. (back to top)


Fairchild Photo Service

Fairchild Photo Service is the fashion world's preeminent image gallery. Comprised of more than three million photos gathered over six decades, it offers the latest from the wire, as well are rare imagery collected in the legendary Fairchild archive. Photos may be licensed for publication. Research services available. (back to top)


Gallica Bibliotheque Numerique

The Bibliotheque Nationale de France’s collections are unique in the world: 14 million books and printed documents, manuscripts, prints, photographs, maps and plans, scores, coins, medals, sound documents, video and multimedia documents, scenery elements... All disciplines, whether intellectual, artistic or scientific, are represented in a comprehensive way. About 150 000 documents are added to the collections each year thanks to legal deposit, acquisitions and donations. (back to top)


Gateway to Astronaut Photography from Space (NASA)

Searchable database of images taken from space using the hand held cameras of astronauts. (back to top)


Google Cultural Institute

Google has partnered with hundreds of museums, cultural institutions, and archives to host the world’s cultural treasures online. With a team of dedicated Googlers, they are building tools that allow the cultural sector to display more of its diverse heritage online, making it accessible to all. Here you can find artworks, landmarks and world heritage sites, as well as digital exhibitions that tell the stories behind the archives of cultural institutions across the globe. (back to top)


Great Buildings Collection

This gateway to architecture around the world and across history documents a thousand buildings and hundreds of leading architects, selected over ten years by the editors of ArchitectureWeek, with photographic images and architectural drawings, integrated maps and timelines, 3D building models, commentaries, bibliographies, web links, and more, for famous designers and structures of all kinds. (back to top)


Huntington Library Maynard L. Parker Collection

The Maynard L. Parker collection consists of approximately 58,000 negatives, transparencies, and photographs as well as office records and business correspondence related to a wide range of American architects, publishers, and designers of the postwar era. The archive is organized by photographic assignment (identified as “projects”) and is searchable by keyword and across multiple fields in a database. Many projects also include selected digital images made from original collection material. See the finding aid through the Online Archive of California for a complete description of the archive and its contents. (back to top)


Image Wiki from Wellesley College

A compilation of image sources, including flickr - use the time period navigation menu on the left . (back to top)


Inter-American Institute for Advanced Studies in Cultural History.

The Inter-American Institute for Advanced Studies in Cultural History was organized to promote interdisciplinary research and publication by scholars working in Latin-American cultural history. It is a large database of worldwide architectural images taken by Dr. James Bartholomay Kiracofe who reserves all rights to the images on this website. They are provided here for viewing within the context of this website for educational purposes. (back to top)



List of more than 200 websites containing image resources for architecture. Intute closed in July 2011. The site has now been archived and is not adding any further resources to the catalogue or making any changes to existing content. (back to top)



Vendor of aerial photography. Many types of photographs available depicting landscapes, cities, and topics such as suburbs, edge cities and New Urbanism. (back to top)


Library of Congress Digital Collections

The Library of Congress has made digitized versions of collection materials available online since 1994, concentrating on its most rare collections and those unavailable anywhere else.  The collection is home to a growing treasury of digitized photographs, manuscripts, maps, sound recordings, motion pictures, and books, as well as "born digital" materials such as Web sites.  In addition, the Library maintains and promotes the use of digital library standards and provides online research and reference services. (back to top)

American Landscape and Architectural Design 1850-1920

This teaching collection from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University comprises of the lantern slides from the schools of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and City Planning, which were combined in 1936 to form the Graduate School of Design. Approximately 2,800 images are available. (back to top)


American Memory

American Memory provides free and open access through the Internet to written and spoken words, sound recordings, still and moving images, prints, maps, and sheet music that document the American experience. It is a digital record of American history and creativity. These materials, from the collections of the Library of Congress and other institutions, chronicle historical events, people, places, and ideas that continue to shape America, serving the public as a resource for education and lifelong learning. (back to top)


Architecture and Interior Design for 20th Century America
The Gottscho-Schleisner Collection is comprised of over 29,000 images primarily of architectural subjects, including interiors and exteriors of homes, stores, offices, factories, historic buildings, and other structures. Subjects are concentrated chiefly in the northeastern United States, especially the New York City area, and Florida. Included are the homes of notable Americans, such as Raymond Loewy, and of several U.S. presidents, as well as color images of the 1939-40 New York World's Fair. Many of the photographs were commissioned by architects, designers, owners and architectural publications, and document important achievements in American 20th-century architecture and interior design. (back to top)


The Empire That Was Russia

The photographs of Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii (1863–1944) offer a vivid portrait of a lost world—the Russian Empire on the eve of World War I and the coming revolution. His subjects ranged from the medieval churches and monasteries of old Russia, to the railroads and factories of an emerging industrial power, to the daily life and work of Russia's diverse population. (back to top)


Gottscho-Schlesiner Collection

A collection of 29,000 images primarily of architectural subjects, including interiors and exteriors of homes, stores, offices, factories, historic buildings, and other structures. Subjects are concentrated chiefly in the northeastern United States, especially the New York City area, and Florida. (back to top)


Historic American Buildings Survey

Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) and the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) collections are among the largest and most heavily used in the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress. (back to top)


The Prints and Photographs Reading Room

Unique in their scope and richness, the picture collections number more than 14 million images. These include photographs, historical prints, posters, cartoons, documentary drawings, fine prints, and architectural and engineering designs. While international in scope, the collections are particularly strong in materials documenting the history of the United States and the lives, interests, and achievements of the American people. (back to top)

Machiel Kiel Photographic Archive

A former director of the NIT, Kiel is a renowned Dutch scholar intrinsically connected with the study of Ottoman architectural monuments in the Balkan countries, which he pioneered. Created for the most part between the 1960s and 90s, it also contains visual documentation of many monuments that have not survived, or have been significantly altered in, the second half of the twentieth century. The publication of Kiel’s archive by the NIT is hoped to significantly advance international research on this heritage.  Images may be used FREELY in publications with proper credit given. Higher resolution images may be obtained by writing to the archive. (back to top)



Images of Greece and Rome by Leo C. Curran. This website has been assisted by grants from the Classical Association of the Empire State and the Classical Association of the Atlantic States. (back to top)


Mapping Gothic France

Mapping Gothic France builds upon a theoretical framework derived from the work of Henri Lefèbvre (The Production of Space) that seeks to establish linkages between the architectural space of individual buildings, geo-political space, and the social space resulting from the interaction (collaboration and conflict) between multiple agents -- builders and users. (back to top)


Medieval Architecture

This site contains images and bibliographic information put together by Professor Alison Stones at the University of Pittsburgh. The purpose of this site is to promote education and research in medieval art and architecture. They plan to expand it by adding more monuments, images, various levels of supplementary information, bibliographical references, and different kinds of cross-links including keyword searching. Permission is granted for reproduction and use of these images for nonprofit research and educational purposes only. (back to top)


National Collection of Aerial Photography (UK/Europe)

This is a large collection of aerial imagery featuring historic events and places around the world.  The vast majorities of the photographs have been declassified by the UK Ministry of Defense and cover the Second World War and the Cold War. (back to top)


National Register of Historic Places on Flickr

The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of the Nation's historic places worthy of preservation. The National Register of Historic Places is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect America's historic and archeological resources. This website includes both Government content that is in the public domain; as well as resources such as photographs, audio and video clips contributed or licensed by third parties that may be protected by copyright, or other proprietary rights. Transmission or reproduction of protected items beyond that allowed by fair use. (back to top)


Netherlands Institute for Art History (RKD)
The RKD (Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie/Netherlands Institute for Art History) is one of the most important art-historical information centres in the world, administering a unique collection of documentary, library and archive material on Western art from the late Middle Ages to the present. Documentation about Dutch art forms the nucleus of the collections. The RKD has an active collecting policy covering painting, drawing and sculpture as well as monumental art, media art, and design. (back to top)


New York City Municipal Archives Online Gallery

The Online Gallery provides free and open research access to over 800,000 items digitized from the Municipal Archives’ collections, including photographs, maps, motion-pictures and audio recordings. (back to top)


New York Public Library Digital Gallery

NYPL Digital Gallery provides free and open access to over 800,000 images digitized from the New York Public Library's vast collections, including illuminated manuscripts, historical maps, vintage posters, rare prints, photographs and more. Low resolution files downloaded from the NYPL website may be used for education or research purposes. (back to top)


New York Public Library Picture Collection

The Picture Collection Online presents more than 30,000 digitized images from books, magazines and newspapers as well as original photographs, prints and postcards, mostly created before 1923. (back to top)



This is an amateur site with many photos of medieval architecture. Images may be used for educational purposes with proper attribution. (back to top)


Pattern in Islamic Art
This website offers a FREE download of over 4000 images of patterns and other design features drawn from the rich cultural heritage of the Islamic world.  The bulk of these images are drawn from David Wade's own photo-archive, itself the fruit of his visits to various Islamic and formerly Islamic regions over a period of some thirty years. In addition to his photo-archive the site offers other related material such as drawings, diagrams and analyses, background notes, and previously published material. (back to top)


Peregrinations: International Society for the Study of Pilgrimage in Art

This website contains architectural photographs related to pilgrimage taken by various art historians. These images are copyright-free; they just ask that you credit Peregrinations and the photographer if you publish these images. (back to top)


Photo Roma

This is a website with thousands of photos of Rome and other Italian cities, free to use for non-commercial purposes with authorization requested for commercial use. (back to top)


SAHARA is a digital image archive developed by the Society of Architectural Historians in collaboration with ARTstor. Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, SAHARA contains more than 47,000 images of architecture and landscapes that were contributed by SAH members--architects, scholars, photographers, graduate students, preservationists and others who share an interest in the built world. (back to top)


A free, open-access site containing entries for around 100 buildings from each state represented in SAH Archipedia. These entries have been chosen by the editors as among the most significant or representative ones from their region. (back to top)


Science & Society Picture Library

The Science and Society Picture Library represent the visual content of the National Museums of Science and Industry.  The trio of museums is London's Science Museum, the National Railway Museum and the National Media Museum. (back to top)



This is a fascinating blog about historical photographs with fantastic, high resolution images. Selected smaller size images may be downloaded for non-commercial use. Large size tiffs may be purchased for commercial use. (back to top)


Skyscraper Page

Featuring unique skyscraper diagram illustrations, a world-wide buildings database, one of the world's busiest skyscraper-themed discussion forums and one-of-a-kind skyscraper posters, is a one-stop resource for the skyscraper enthusiast in us all. (back to top)


Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae Digital Collection

The University of Chicago's Special Collections Research Center holds the largest Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae collection. This group of 994 prints (engravings, etchings, and a few woodcuts) was brought together by a nineteenth-century collector; it is organized around a core of prints published by Lafreri but also includes many other related prints. This site provides scholars, students, and art lovers with access to this collection at a distance -- much as prints themselves originally afforded a view of Rome from afar. The Speculum and related prints are presented here as zoomable, high-resolution digital images with searchable catalogue information. Virtual itineraries provide paths through selected prints from the collection based on a particular theme, location, or artist's work. (back to top)


Structurae is an International Database and Gallery of Structures. It is provided as a free service to engineers, as well as teachers and students of structural engineering. This site contains contemporary and historical information on works of structural engineering and their designers, and firms that constructed them. The intention is to provide a broad overview of structures and as much technical information as reasonable. Also points to relevant print and web materials. (back to top)


Turkish Cultural Foundation

The Image Archive of Turkish Art is a digitalized slide repository, created from the professional collection of Prof. Dr. Nurhan Atasoy, Art Historian and Senior Scholar of the Turkish Cultural Foundation. A unique section of this Archive contains images taken during Dr. Atasoy’s extensive domestic and international travels, including research trips taken at museums, exhibitions and other locations of note dating back to 1955. Beyond a collection of images, the Archive is, therefore, also a historical record of numerous works of art. The Image Archive of Turkish Art is accessible to students, scholars and researchers worldwide. In instances where a direct reference cannot be found, the Archive can offer researchers relevant information on the subject of their interest. In addition to Turkish art, the Archive also contains a selection of images relevant to the study of Turkish culture. (back to top)


USGS Earth Explorer

This site from the United States Geological Survey is very similar to Google Earth, with different features. (back to top)


Visual Arts Data Service

The Visual Arts Data Service (VADS) is the online resource for visual arts based at the Farnham Campus of The University College for the Creative Arts. It has provided services to the academic community for 12 years and has built up a considerable portfolio of visual art collections comprising over 100,000 images that are freely available and copyright cleared for use in learning, teaching and research in the UK. (back to top)


Vézelay: Benedictine Abbey Church of Sainte-Marie-Madeline

This site contains images put together by Professor Alison Stones at the University of Pittsburgh. The purpose of this site is to promote education and research in medieval art and architecture. Permission is granted for educational use only, provided Alison Stones' copyright is acknowledged on every image used. (back to top)


Web Gallery of Art

The Web Gallery of Art is a virtual museum and searchable database of Western (European) fine arts of the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Realism, and Impressionism periods (1000-1900), currently containing over 32.500 reproductions. Artist biographies, commentaries, guided tours, period music, catalogue, free postcard and mobile services are provided. The Web Gallery of Art is intended to be a free resource of art history primarily for students and teachers. It is a private initiative not related to any museums or art institutions, and not supported financially by any state or corporate sponsors. However, they do their utmost, using authentic literature and advice from professionals, to ensure the quality and authenticity of the content. (back to top)

Wikimedia Commons

Anyone can add material to this resource, which means finding it could be difficult but the image quality is often terrific. (back to top)


Without Bounds or Limits

An Online Exhibition of The Plan of Chicago by Daniel H. Burnham at the Art Insitute of Chicago. (back to top)


World Architectural Survey Examples

Images of world architectural sites from pre-historic to modern times collocated by architectural historian Jeffrey Cohen at Bryn Mawr. The images on this site are posted primarily for the benefit of students, teachers, and researchers. They are meant exclusively for non-profit educational use. Visitors to the site are invited to view and otherwise use these images, but there are restrictions to reuses that can be construed as republication, whether on paper, digitally on the web, or in other forms. (back to top)



WorldImages database provides access to the California State University IMAGE Project. It has just been selected by the Library of Congress for inclusion in its historic collection of Internet materials. It contains approximately 100,000 images, is global in coverage and includes all areas of visual imagery. The images can be located using many search techniques on the left hand toolbar. (back to top)


Yale Collections

Cross Collection Discovery (CCD) provides a way to search across Yale's collections of art, natural history, books, and maps, as well as photos, audio, and video documenting people, places, and events that form part of Yale's institutional identity and contribution to scholarship. The content searchable in CCD will grow as additional University departments make use of the service to share Yale's collections with the Yale community and the world. Not all content available through Discover Yale Digital Content is unrestricted. Please refer to the individual repository website and to the rights information in the record for each item. (back to top)


Yorck Project on Wikimedia

Directmedia has provided 10,000 paintings from the 'York Project DVD "10.000 Meisterwerke der Malerei" (10,000 Masterpieces of Painting) and the associated metadata to the Wikimedia Commons community. These files are now available at Category: The Yorck Project and in their respective specific topic and artist categories. (back to top)


Your Paintings

Your Paintings is a website which aims to show the entire UK national collection of oil paintings, the stories behind the paintings, and where to see them for real. It is made up of paintings from thousands of museums and other public institutions around the country. (back to top)

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