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Wed, Jul 9, 2008


Art History Sites

Selected American and European art museum websites

Metropolitan Museum, New York

Museum of Modern Art, New York

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

International Centre of Photography, New York

Brooklyn Art Museum, New York

Guggenheim Museum, New York, Bilbao, Venice, Berlin, Las Vegas

Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC

National Gallery of Art, Washington DC

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania

Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Denver Art Museum, Denver

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Berkley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, California

J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Tate Gallery, London

Tate Modern, London

National Gallery, London

British Museum, London

Louvre, Paris

Muse`e d’Orsay, Paris

Centre Pompidou, Paris

Altes and Pergamon Museums, Berlin

Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art, Amsterdam

Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

Museo del Prado, Madrid

Uffizi Gallery, Florence

Other Art History websites include

A site developed and maintained by Sweet Briar College, Virginia:

and the Mother of All Art and Art History Links Webpage from the Art History Department at the University of Michigan.


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  1. Pauline Says:

    Musee Guimet in Paris, France featuring a stunning collection of Asian Antiquities. Only some pages are in English, but the images in the various collections transcend the need for translation.