Art and Humanities


Art History Resources on the Web; Green Briar College Collection of art history resources organized by time period and geographic location.
Artcyclopedia; John Malyon Searchable database of artists whose artwork is available on the web.
Digital Library for the Decorative Arts and Material Culture; U.Wisc. Collection of electronic resources for the study and research of the (mostly Early American) decorative arts.
Harvard Art Museums Website of the Harvard University Art Museums. Includes links to some of the collections.
Librarians' Index to the Internet; Californian librarians Extensive listing of art resources found on the internet.
Mother of All Art and Art History Links Page; U. Michigan Collection of links to web art resources, including research, image collections, academic departments, museums, and new media.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Website for the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
National Gallery of Art; US Gov. Website of the National Gallery of Art. Includes links to some of the collections.
NYPL Digital Gallery; NYPL Over 360,000 digital images of prints, manuscripts, photos, maps, postcards, menus, posters, etc.Copies may be ordered for a fee.
PEM: Peabody Essex Museum Website of the Salem, Mass., Peabody Essex Museum.
World Wide Art Resources; Extensive listing of resources, including links to museums, galleries, artists, education.
see also Databases by Subject - Arts and Humanities
see also Subject Guides on Art
Subject Guide on Music; Salem State University Extensive listing of music resources found on the web.
see also Databases by Subject - Arts and Humanities
Theater and Films
Internet Broadway Database; The League of American Theatres and Producers Comprehensive database of shows produced on Broadway, including all "title page" information about each production, historical information about theatres and various statistics and fun facts related to Broadway.
The Internet Movie Database; Amazon Extensive searchable database of movies.
Justin's Drama and Theatre Links; Justin Cash, Head of Drama at Avila College, Melbourne, Australia Large collection of theater links including history, practitioners, styles, playwrights, scripts, companies, stagecraft, costumes.
National Film Preservation Foundation; NFPD The National Film Preservation Foundation (NFPF) is the nonprofit organization created by the U.S. Congress to help save America's film heritage.
National Film Registry; Library of Congress The National Film Preservation Board preserves films deemed "culturally, historically, or esthetically important". Each year, the board selects 25 films to add to the National Film Registry.
see also Databases by Subject - Arts and Humanities
see also Subject Guides on Theatre


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