: A consortia that provides videos regarding various sources and
perspectives. The organizations in the video consortia are Art Institute
of Chicago, Art21, Asian Art Museum, Chipstone, Corning Museum of
Glass, Detroit Institute of Arts, Hammer, High Museum, Indianapolis
Museum of Art, KQED Gallery Crawl, LACMA, Museum of Contemporary Art |
San Diego, MoMA, Museo Tamayo, Museum Boijmans Van Beunigen, MAD, NGA,
NPG, Norman Rockwell Museum, Rubin Museum, SFMoMA, San Jose Museum of
Art, SmartHistory, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Frick, J. Paul Getty
Museum, Jewish Museum, MMA, NYPL, Guggenheim, Van Gogh Museum, and
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
: site that holds a in-depth collection of images and correlating text
that will help with ARA PACIS research. The images included on this site
are interiors, exteriors, maps, diagrams, and various views and
close-ups of the Altar, besides other ARA PACIS related images. Please
review the fair use standards and image rights information of this site.
ARTstor : (tutorial)
: You must be affiliated with Dickinson College or another institution
that subscribes to ARTstor. Contains over 1.8+ million digital images in
humanities, social sciences, art, anthropology, amongst other
discourses. The image database also contains QuickTime Virtual Reality
architectural based views.
Films on Demand: Streamable video database. Create a user name and password to save favorite videos, segments of videos, organize and create folders, and send videos to others.
Flemish Tapestries: Zoomify features for Flemish tapestries that were collected by the Hapsburgs. Funded by the Ministry of Spain and the Patrimonio Nacional in Madrid. In English, Spanish and French.
Frick Museum Videos: Includes videos regarding special exhibitions, lectures, conservation, their permanent collection, Google Art Project and more.
This site allows the viewer to review the Altarpiece open and closed,
with close-ups and X-Radiography and much more. When you initially open
the site, it will take a long time to load, as it is one hundred billion
pixels--Yes, that's right: one hundred billion!
Google Art Project:
Over 40 countries around the World are presenting 44,000+ images (some in gigapixel format!) in this
collection. If you have a Google account, you can share, and produce
your own Gallery. You can filter by Collection, Artist, or by work title
(in the search box, on the upper right).
QTVR: have you ever wondered what the Sistine Chapel looks like
close-up? Wait no longer....review this site as a QuickTime Virtual
Reality and move along with panoramic shots of the entire room.