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ART AND MUSEUMS

Argentina Art Museums and Exhibition Centers - Art museums and collections and exhibition centers in Argentina. In English, German and Spanish.

artMuseum.net - a new Internet-based art museum experience, presented by Intel Corporation. Includes specialized exhibitions with emphasis on background info not normally available to the public.

ArtSource Museums - Directory of art museums on the web.

Expo Ticket Office - Embark on visits to virtual exhibit pavilions with the virtual shuttle bus. Stop at the restaurant and learn about French cooking or take an organized tour outside the site grounds.

Hecht Museum - Exhibits international art and archaeology. Various artistic movements are represented, with the emphasis on Impressionism and the Jewish School of Paris. The Art wing also contains works by Jewish artists who perished during the Holocaust.

The Israel Museum - Ancient and contemporary art from Jerusalem, Israel.

Museo Uriburu - Houses works by Argentinian artist Nicolas Garcia Uriburu.

Museum Suite - A virtual museum with more than 100 important paintings and articles about the artists.

Museums at Alambina - Listing of museums at Alambina Built Environment Resource Center.

Museums at World Wide Art Resources - Listing of museums from around the world.

MUVA Virtual Museum of Arts - Devoted to Uruguayan and Latin American art.

Sackler Museums - Directory to five museums which hold the collections of publisher and art collector Dr. Arthur M. Sackler.

WebMuseum - Virtual museum offering access to art masterpieces. Site includes both an artist index and a thematic index.

Cornucopia - Discovering UK Collections - Explore this pilot website to discover the pre-eminent designated museum collections in England.

The 24 Hour Museum - The UK's first national collection in cyberspace with over 2,000 museums and galleries listed and over 300 available on-line.

Kettle's Yard House and Gallery - Exhibits the collections of H. S. Ede, 20th century collector of art and decorative art and former curator of the Tate Gallery, London. Collection includes works by Brancusi, Wood, Moore and Miró.

Museum of Modern Art Oxford - Innovative programme of temporary exhibitions of modern and contemporary visual art including painting, sculpture, installation, photography, video, performance, film and architecture.

The National Gallery, London - Houses the National Collection of western European painting, with over 2,300 paintings covering all schools of European art from the 1200s to 1900s.

National Portrait Gallery, London - Founded in 1856 to collect portraits of famous British men and women, the collection represents the most comprehensive of its kind.

Nature in Art Museum - Dedicated to art inspired by nature including artists ranging from Audubon to Picasso. Located in Twigworth, Gloucester.

The Peter Scott Gallery - Houses the Lancaster University's collection of fine art. Both permanent and temporary exhibits are presented within two galleries. The Ruskin Library is also located here.

Royal Academy of Arts - The Royal Academy's collection includes the finest examples of fine arts from the 18th century to the present.

Royal Cornwall Museum - Museum presents a changing display of fine and decorative art, as well as permanent exhibits of historical artifacts from Cornwall.

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts - With over 1,200 examples of fine and decorative arts, the centre is also home to the UEA collection of Abstract and Constructivist Art and Design.

The Sir John Soane's Museum - The magnificent house and collection on the famous architect, Sir John Soane includes fine arts and antiquities. Located in London.

Tate Gallery - Home of the national collections of British art and international modern art. Online exhibits include 8,000 works of art.

Turner House Gallery - Exhibits of paintings and fine art from the museum's collection, as well as traveling exhibits and displays by local artists. Located in Penarth, Wales. In English and Welsh.

Smithsonian Institution - Composed of sixteen museums and galleries, the National Zoo, and numerous research facilities in the United States and abroad.

Allen Memorial Art Museum - Oberlin College museum with a collection of over 11,000 works by international artists.

Amon Carter Museum - Houses a collection of paintings and sculpture by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell and collects, preserves, and exhibits the finest examples of American art.

Armand Hammer Museum - Permanent collections include the Armand Hammer Collection of Art which is primarily composed of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist works.

Art In General - New York alternative art space with exhibitions curated by artists. Gallery also maintains an art-in-residence program.

The Art Institute of Chicago Museum - Museum houses more than 300,000 works of art and includes among its treasures, American Gothic by Grant Wood, Edward Hopper's Nighthawks and 33 works by Monet.

The Art Museum - Permanent collections range from antiquities to contemporary art and focus primarily on works by American, European and Latin American artists. Located at Princeton University.

Art Museum of Missoula - Features work by contemporary Native American artists, traveling exhibitions, and regional artists.

Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Freer Gallery of Art - The National Museums of Asian Art at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C.

Asian Art Museum of San Francisco - One of the largest museums in the Western world devoted to the arts and cultures of Asia. The permanent collections represent over 40 Asian countries spanning 6,000 years of history.

Atlanta's High Museum of Art - Fine art museum in the Southeastern United States located in Atlanta, Georgia. Cultural tourism destination and entertainment attraction with special exhibits in galleries.

Bakersfield Museum of Art - Museum website featuring membership, exhibits, special events, and educational programs.

The Baltimore Museum of Art - Exhibits American and international art, including the Cone Collection of over 40 paintings by Matisse, Gauguin, Picasso, Van Gogh and other European artists.

Bellevue Art Museum - Presents contemporary art of the Washington state region and has programs that connect art, community and everyday life.

Bergen Museum - Serves the community by providing venues for important exhibits, expression of local artists and arts education through our programs and youth gallery.

Boise Art Museum - Idaho museum which presents twenty exhibitions per year in addition to permanent collection gallery exhibits and community events.

Brooklyn Museum of Art - With one of the finest collections of Egyptian art in the world, this museum also has within its permanent collection classical and middle eastern art, art of Africa, the Americas and the Pacific, as well as decorative arts and textiles.

Bryant Foundation Collection - Collection of Caribbean Art, hosted by the University of Central Florida's OIR Web Site.

Butler Institute of American Art - First structure in the United States built specifically to house a collection of American art.

Carnegie Museum of Art - Museum features a central collection of international art and additional halls of architectural art and sculpture. Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University - Collection of over 3,000 works including works from the Hudson River School. Located in Niagara Falls, New York

Chrysler Museum of Art - Exhibits a collection of art works from contemporary times to ancient Egypt, located in Norfolk, Virginia.

Cincinnati Art Museum - Founded in 1881, the museum features 88 galleries and a permanent collection of over 80,000 works of international art.

Cleveland Museum of Art - Collection of more than 30,000 works of art ranges over 5,000 years, from ancient Egypt to the present, and includes masterpieces from Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas.

Colby College Museum of Art - Permanent collection focuses on American art with works by John Singleton Copley, Andrew Wyeth and Louise Nevelson. Located in Waterville, Maine.

Columbus Museum - Collects and exhibits American fine and decorative arts, prehistoric Southeastern American Indian artifacts, and regional cultural historical objects.

The Corcoran Museum of Art - Founded in 1869 by William Wilson Corcoran, The Corcoran Museum of Art is Washington, D.C.'s largest non-Federal museum, and one of the first fine art museums in the nation.

Crocker Art Museum - Founded in 1885, the Crocker is the oldest public art museum west of the Mississippi River.

Cyrus E. Dallin Art Museum - A museum dedicated to Cyrus E. Dallin, American sculptor, best known for his Appeal to the Great Spirit and Paul Revere statues. Located in Arlington, Massachusetts.

Dallas Museum of Art - The museum's permanent collection ranges from impressionist paintings to contemporary sculpture.

The Dayton Art Institute - One of America's finest mid-sized art museums, featuring a renowned permanent collection and world-class special exhibitions.

Delaware Art Museum - Diverse collection of art, including American Painting, English Pre-Raphaelite Art and American Illustration exhibited in one museum.

The Delaware Art Museum's On-Line Collection - Dedicated to disciples of Howard Pyle

Denver Art Museum - Presents a variety of international art throughout the year including traveling exhibits and displays from the museum's permanent collection.

The Detroit Institute of Arts - The fifth-largest fine arts museum in the United States with holdings of over 60,000 works. More than one hundred galleries featuring paintings, sculpture, and graphic and decorative arts.

Duke University Museum of Art - Permanent collection ranging from Ancient to Modern art plus changing exhibitions, programs, and scholarly publications.

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco - site of the two Fine Arts Museums in San Francisco.

The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library - Official web site of The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library.

Frye Art Museum - Collection of 19th and 20th century American, German, and French paintings. Located in Seattle, Washington.

Georgia Museum of Art - The Georgia Museum of Art is a significant resource for UGA, the state, and the southeastern region, with a permanent collection of over 7,000 objects.

The Gold Well Open Air Museum - Features outdoor sculptures by prominent Belgian artists. Located near Rhyolite, Nevada.

Grand Arts - Nonprofit foundation which displays over seven public art exhibits through the year and which provides specific project support for artists through its gallery and studio space, located in Kansas City, Missouri.

Haggerty Museum of Art - Permanent collection covers a variety of art periods and styles. Museum features a permanent exhibit of Old Masters paintings. Located at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Hammond Museum - A not-for-profit center for the humanities. Through programs and events, music and the arts, the Museum seeks to provide links between the East and the West. Visit the Museum and Japanese Stroll Gardens

Honolulu Academy of Art - Museum of international art housing over 34,000 objects. The museum is known for its important Asian holdings, including the James Michener Collection of Japanese woodblock prints.

The Hyde Collection Art Museum - Founded by Charlotte Pruyn Hyde in 1952, the museum exhibits an important collection of European and American works of art and European antiques. Includes works by Picasso, Cezanne, Renoir, Rembrandt, Homer and Whistler.

Indiana University Art Museum - Situated in the center of the Bloomington campus for IU, more than 35,000 artifacts such as paintings, sculptures, ceramics, and photographs are open for public viewing, for free.

International Museum of Carousel Art - Dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and exhibition of the world's antique carousels.

International Museum of Cartoon Art - Contains a collection of over 160,000 original drawings from every genre of the art and represents cartoonists from over 50 countries. Located in Boca Raton, FL.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum - Boston museum of international art founded by collector and philanthropist Isabella Stewart Gardner.

J. Paul Getty Museum - Collections comprise seven areas of art: Greek and Roman antiquities, Medieval manuscripts, European paintings, sculpture, drawings and decorative arts, and photographs.

Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art - one of the top 10 University Art Museums in the country.

The Kimbell Art Museum - Fort Worth, Texas - Fort Worth, Texas museum of international art with collections ranging from antiquities to 20th century contemporary art.

Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum - Presents both permanent and temporary exhibits, including paintings, sculpture, and the decorative arts.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art - the premier visual arts museum is the Western United States. Holdings include more than 150,000 works spanning the history of art from ancient times to the present.

Mattatuck Museum - exhibits feature Connecticut art and local history.

Mead Art Museum - Contains a collection of over 14,000 works by international artists. Located at Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts.

Metropolitan Museum of Art - Collections contains more than two million works of art spanning more than 5,000 years of world culture, from prehistory to the present.

Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum - Chicago - the first Mexican cultural center/museum in the Midwest and the largest in the nation.

Mexican Museum of San Francisco - a unique art and cultural institution located San Francisco Bay. First museum in the United States to focus on the work of Mexican and Mexican-American artists.

Missoula Museum of Fine Arts -- University of Montana - collections for study by an academic community.

MMFA-Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts - collections, event calendar, membership, applications, exhibitions.

Museum of Art and Archaeology - at the University of Missouri. Images and informative text relating to permanent, special and virtual exhibitions of works of art from antiquity to the present.

Museum of Fine Arts, Austin - Visual arts by local,Texas, national, and international artists.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - International museum of fine art.

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston - the oldest comprehensive museum in the Southwest United States. You're invited to come see its treasures - art of world cultures from antiquity to the present.

National Gallery of Art - In Washington,D.C. houses one of the finest collections in the world illustrating major achievements in painting, sculpture, and graphic arts from the Middle Ages to the present.

National Museum of American Art - features the work of American artists.

National Museum of Women in the Arts - only museum in the world dedicated exclusively to the exhibition, preservation, and acquisition of works by women artists of all nationalities and periods.

National Portrait Gallery - public museum for the exhibition and study of portraiture and statuary depicting people who have made contributions to the history, development, and culture of the United States.

New Norton Museum of Art - exhibitions, collections, and educational programs.

New Orleans Museum of Art - Contains one of America's finest collections of African art as well as a large collection of early and modern American art.

The Newark Museum Online - Offers a full schedule of exhibits, family activities, special events and public programs.

Oakland Museum of California - California's largest regional museum.

Peabody Essex Museum - Features over 30 galleries exhibiting international collections of maritime art and history, Asian export art, Native American art, arts of Asia, Africa and the Pacific Islands, American decorative arts, natural history, and historic houses.

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts - Special exhibitions of international art are featured annually as well as exhibits of the Academy's collections.

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Seeks to preserve, enhance, interpret the visual arts to a diverse audience as a source of delight, illumination, and lifelong learning.

Phoenix Art Museum - Permanent collection features over 13,000 works by international artists.

The Pierpont Morgan Library - Both a museum and a center for scholarly research, the Morgan Library is an extraordinary complex of buildings in the heart of New York City.

Portland Art Museum - The oldest art museum in the Pacific Northwest houses a permanent collections of European and American art as well as a fine collection of English silver.

Reading Public Museum - A museum, planetarium and park located in Berks County, Pennsylvania dedicated to preserving collections and displaying exhibits for the education and enrichment of all generations.

Reynolda House - Works from the 18th Century to the present.

The Saint Louis Art Museum - Collection spans the centuries from ancient Egypt to the present.

Seattle Art Museum - information about our collection, exhibitions, and programs.

SPJC Leepa Rattner Museum

Terra Museum of American Art - Chicago museum features a collection of over 700 works by American artists including Whistler, Homer, Sargent and Hopper. Hosts traveling exhibitions, tours, and lectures.

Tullahoma Fine Arts Center - Listings of current and upcoming art exhibits, classes and projects.

Utah Museum of Fine Arts - At the University of Utah it is the only general art museum in Utah, where it is a major and unique public institution

Wadsworth Atheneum - Connecticut's premier art museum

Walter Anderson Museum of Art - Mississippi museum dedicated to the work of Walter Inglis Anderson, 20th century American painter.

Whitney Museum of American Art - Collects and exhibits American art.

Williams College Museum of Art - Focuses on American art, especially that of Maurice and Charles Prendergast, contemporary art, and non-western and ancient art.