INTERNET RESOURCES FOR ART INFORMATION AND COOPERATION


As a service to all Art lovers, I have created link directories for the most important Art platforms, search engines and databases. 

These directories contain only tested and selected links to high quality Websites of general interest.

Bookmark the RODIN-WEB as a "favorite" and always have this list available, as a starting point for your Art-surfing.

I also created link lists for the Websites of Museum associations, newsletters and directories. These links will help you to find Museums all over the world, learn about organizations that deal with Museum interests, especially in the field of online documentation and education. As a resource directory for art-historic research, I recommend The Art History Research Centre, produced by Leif Harmsen, the Art History Resources on the Web, maintained by Prof. Chris Witcombe, and the Best of History Sites.

Over 1,500 Rodin-related links are produced by search functions on WWAR and other Art Websites. Some are listed twenty times over, others lack relevance. All important information has been incorporated in the COLLECTIONS, BOOKS and BIOGRAPHY pages already. But you are welcome to see for yourself and check for links on Rodin that my be of particular interest to you.

Worth a special recommendation are the Websites on Van Gogh, Picasso and Shakespeare, each being the most complete Website in its category.

If you know a Website that should be included in one of these overviews, please just send me an e-mail with the domain name and a short indication of its content.

 


 

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