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Discussions
  1. Artists (World Artist Directory) 1-01
Lists
  1. Art History - Ancient (Witcombe)
  2. Arts Search (World Wide Arts Resources)
      Searches for information in the arts, including architecture, paintings, dance, theatre, opera and more.

Materials
  1. -Images (Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco) star
      Rated one of the best places on the Internet to find images of great art, currently with over 60,000 images available. You can search for particular works. 1-05

  2. Art History - Painting (Williams)
      Includes paintings from each European art period. Also includes art from the USA. 8-99

  3. Artist Information and Samples (AskArt.com)
      Provides samples of work for thousands of North American artists. Also provides date of birth, date of death, and similar information. Other parts of the database, such as biographies, did not operate on 3-22-01. 3-01

  4. Paintings by Style or Time Period (WebMuseum)
  5. Paleolithic Painted Cave at Vallon-Pont d'Arc
  6. Search for Art Works (Artcyclopedia.com)
      Provides a search engine to find art works by title, painter, or museum. Also provides large examples of works, including oil paintings. Browse by movement, including Abstract Expressionism, Academic Art, The American Scene, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Arte Povera, The Arts and Crafts Movement, The Ashcan School, The Barbizon School, Baroque Art, Bauhaus, Byzantine Art, Camden Town Group, Classicism, Contemporary Realism, Cubism, Dada, Der Blaue Reiter, Die Brücke, Die Neue Sachlichkeit, Expressionism, Fauvism, Fantasy Art, Futurism, Golden Age of Illustration, Gothic Art, The Group Of Seven, The Harlem Renaissance, History Painting, The Hudson River School, Impressionism, Magic Realism, Mannerism, Minimalism, Les Nabis, Neoclassicism, Neo-Plasticism, Op Art, Orientalism, Photorealism, Pointillism, Pop Art, Post-Impressionism, Precisionism, The Pre-Raphaelites, Realism, Regionalism, The Renaissance (including Early Renaissance, High Renaissance, Mannerism, and Northern Renaissance), The Rococo Style, Romanticism, The Sensation Show, Social Realism, Surrealism, Symbolism, Ukiyo-e Printmaking, Western Art, and Wildlife Art. 01-06

  7. Sistine Chapel (Christus Rex)
      Provides the work in organized sections by themes, as if the Sistine Chapel were a series of individual paintings.

Papers
  1. Ancient Egyptian Art (Artchive.com)
      Provides an introduction and examples of art. 3-01

  2. Art Galleries (Bowen) 3-01
  3. Art History (Krannert Museum) 11-00
  4. Chinese Calligraphy (China, The Beautiful - Pei)
      Provides information for appreciation of the art form. 3-00

  5. Competitions and Exhibitions in Art (The Art Deadlines List - Gardner)
      Provides a description of competitions, awards, and exhibitions for various forms of art. 1-00

  6. Michelangelo Drawing Found (CBS News)
      "A chalk and wash drawing found in a box in a New York City design museum is a work by Michelangelo worth more than $10 million, museum officials said Tuesday" 6-02

  7. Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci (Feld)
  8. Museum - National Gallery of Art
      Searchable by subject, artist or keyword.

  9. Sculpture and Painting Exhibits by African Americans (NegroArtist.com)
      Provides photos of work. "This website is for African American Artists and an on-line portal for both African America Artists and African American History. The primary aim of this website is to encourage research activity on people of African descent and to provide information to the study of the African Diaspora. A historical perspective of a nation, its people, and its cultural evolution. Please make sure to look through the 1000+ Slave Narratives on my website." 04-06

  10. Vermeer Biography and Works (About-Vermeer-Art.com)
      Provides a biography. Also provides examples of his works, including oil paintings and iconography. 11-01

  11. Weisman Art Museum
  12. Who Owns the Obama Art? (ABC News)
      ""Designed by Shepard Fairey, a Los-Angeles based street artist, the image has led to sales of hundreds of thousands of posters and stickers, and has become so much in demand that copies signed by Fairey have been purchased for thousands of dollars on eBay."

      "The image, Fairey has acknowledged, is based on an Associated Press photograph, taken in April 2006 by Mannie Garcia on assignment for the AP at the National Press Club in Washington." 02-09

Periodicals
  1. Stone Soup Magazine of Children's Works
Projects
  1. Carlos' Coloring Book 2-00
Purchase Resources
  1. Bookstore (Awesome Library)
      Provides books from four sources.

  2. Prints and Posters - Sources (Awesome Library)
      Provides sources of art prints and posters. 7-00

   
   


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