This museum originally started in the house of J. Paul Getty (an oil tycoon and art collector) and grew to include two campuses. Its website promotes an understanding of the visual arts.
An online resource for various collections of photos, videos, manuscripts, and artwork from an array of sources.
A collection of essays and works from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
This is the largest art museum in Paris, France and its website contains selected works from the collection, educational resources, an 'Artwork of the Day' page, and virtual tours, including: 'The Advent of the Artist' ' and 'Furusiyya: Chivalry Between East and West'.
From the Metropolitan Museum of Art that provides a fun 'Time Machine' for Art History, and interactive map to explore, and MetKids videos.
MoMA is located in New York City, NY and it was one of the first museums devoted to the 'modern' art movement was founded in 1929 in midtown Manhattan. The museum's website contains its collection, virtual tours, projects, podcasts, and an online magazine.
This museum (in Washington, D.C.) objectives are to protect, display, and educate about works of art.
This website will introduce styles and provides information about artwork, artists, and styles from Modern Art to Contemporary times.
A reference website that promotes lifelong learning in the arts, architecture, and the humanities.
This museum is in London, England and it is the largest museum for design and sculpture.