The Metropolitan Museum of Art release The Collection Online, over 394,000 images of works displayed in the past and present as well as those never before seen. Most of the images are downloadable for free for non-commercial use, and can… MET Museum Release Comprehensive Archive for Free, “The Collection Online” is a post by Elaine YJ Lee on Selectism.
This week, we're gearing up for the 2014 Bushwick Open Studios but there's also lots of other stuff you should know about, including a modern American lit exhibit at the Morgan, Pre-Raphaelite art of the Metropolitan Museum, and a special screening of Metropolis that include live music.
Dr Christos Tsirogiannis has published an essay (Journal of Art Crime, 2014) on the Paestan bell-krater attributed to Python presently in New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art (inv. 1989.11.4). The krater, illustrated in the MMA's Art of the Classical World (no. Show More Summary
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Peach Blossoms—Villers-le-Bel, Childe Hassam In the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Met’s collection pages have changed somewhat; the controls to zoom and download are now available directly under the image. A beautiful, direct and deceptively simple painting by one of the foremost of the artists known as American Impressionists.
Twenty years in the future at a little museum called the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
One of the world's premium art museums also doesn't get the basics of copyright.
CHARLES JAMES, the man whom Christian Dior called “the greatest talent of my generation”, is not well known today. But an extensive retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum of Art should help return this godfather of American haute couture to his rightful place in the annals of fashion. Show More Summary
New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art has a fairly impressive collection of art stashed away—and now you can download almost 400,000 digital images of its pieces for free. Read more...
The NYC Metropolitan Museum of Art is making some of its gigantic collection of masterpieces available for you to use in your next project. The Met just marked almost 400,000 digital images of its works as Open Access for Scholarly Content (OASC),...
by Emma Carmichael New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art has just made 400,000 pieces of its collection available for high-res download online. I don't really know where to begin, but the search genres can get you around pretty well....Show More Summary
All too often we seem to see people making copyright claims over public domain works. It's especially egregious when we see museums do this kind of thing, as happens every so often. While museums in some other countries like to try to...Show More Summary
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has made available access to more than 400,000 digital images in its collection. The museum is calling this new program 'Open Access for Scholarly Content', which provides 'access to images of art in its collection that the museum believes to be in the public domain and free of other known restorations'. Show More Summary
It’s a good day to be a art history nerd. The Metropolitan Museum of has … Read more posts by Julya Buhain
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has just released almost 400,000 high-resolution digital images of its collections. Among them are thousands of illustrations from bygone days when “picture books” were not for children alone. Pair with Buzz...Show More Summary
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A Picasso hanging on your wall? A fantasy. But a masterpiece decking your computer for free is as easy a click because The Metropolitan Museum of Art has opened 400,000 high-resolution images to the public. It is an unprecedented initiative called Open Access for Scholarly Content (OAS) from one of the world’s largest and best collectors of art. Show More Summary
In 1855, Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris, student friends at Oxford, decided to abandon their theological studies and become artists. They turned for guidance to Dante Gabriel Rossetti, a leader of the recently disbanded Pre-Raphaelite...Show More Summary
Dear Metropolitan Museum of Art: Congratulations on the announcement that you’re going to rebuild the entire Lila Acheson Wallace Wing, where you keep the modern and contemporary art. Not only is it an intriguing shot across all other New York museums' bows: Saying that you’re likely to demolish the whole... More »
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has been offering high res digital image files for some time, but now they're making additional high-res files available for free download. This link takes you to the browse page. William Trost...Show More Summary