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Online home for every public art collection in the UK with over 200,000 artworks on Art UK. The art is from museums, universities, town halls, hospitals and even a lighthouse. It is spread over 3,250 venues from the Shetland Islands to the Isles of Scilly. Much of the art isn’t usually on display in real life and a high proportion had not been photographed before we started our work in 2003
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The British Library's Flickr account with more than 1 million images.
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Over 250,000 images of London from the collections at London Metropolitan Archives and Guildhall Art Gallery
Online application designed to contain detailed information about daguerreotypes
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Over 650,000 freely available digital objects and almost another 1 million images awaiting release.
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Explore 1,289,405 artworks from European collections
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Offers virtual access to a premier collection of historic depictions of Rome amassed by Rodolfo Lanciani (1845–1929).
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Historic images of the medieval monuments and cities in the Kingdom of Sicily
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The National Archives (UK) Flickr account with 20k+ photos, maps and documents
The National Museum in Oslo holds the world’s most important collection of paintings by Edvard Munch (1863–1944), including such famous and iconic works as The Scream. Almost 40,000 images are available online.
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887 German master prints from the NYPL's collection
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755 Italian master prints from the NYPL's collection
Browse 605,966 works of art and 349,281 Rijksstudios
Tate holds the national collection of British art from 1500 to the present day and international modern and contemporary art. The collection embraces all media, from painting, drawing, sculpture and prints to photography, video and film, installation and performance.
Portfolio of visual art collections comprising over 140,000 images that are freely available and copyright cleared for use in learning, teaching and research in the UK. VADS is a service of the Centre for Digital Scholarship in the Library & Student Services department of the University for the Creative Arts.
1,186,939 objects and 710,687 images from the V&A's collections
The Warburg Institute's Photographic Collection contains physical photographs of sculptures, paintings, drawings, prints, tapestries and other forms of imagery. The Collection was begun by Aby Warburg in the late 1880s, and includes tens of thousands of late nineteenth and early twentieth-century photographs and slides, together with hundreds of thousands of images added since the Institute came to London in 1933. Most of the works depicted are European, and range in date from classical antiquity to circa 1800, and expanding sections on various forms of non-European art.