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Images and Digitized Manuscripts

The ARTstor collection includes approximately 500,000 images of works of art, architecture and archaeology along with the necessary software to view the images, create personal groups of images and create presentations.
A centralized online archive of digitized medieval manuscript holdings around the world.
"The Digital Scriptorium is an image database of medieval and renaissance manuscripts that unites scattered resources from many institutions into an international tool for teaching and scholarly research... Presently viewable on the DS website are records for 5,300 manuscripts and for 24,300 images."
Portal site listing links to manuscript digitization projects.
French site providing access to digitized manuscripts from institutions accross France.
Contains 45,000 authoritative articles on all aspects of the visual arts: painting, sculpture, graphic arts, architecture, decorative arts and photography. Includes biographies of artists, patrons, and writers on art; info rmation on civilizations and cultures, towns and cities, styles and movements, art forms, materials and techniques; surveys of art by country; maps; and art news from The Art Newspaper.Com. Articles contain bibliographies; links to associated images in the Bridgeman Art Library and in external websites. Index locates significant discussion of subjects that are mentioned throughout the dictionary. Content updated on a regular basis.
Paris : Presses universitaires de France, 1955-1959.
Includes an introduction to Christian iconography and addresses saints and biblical themes in art.
Fine Arts Library Reference: N7830 .R37
Gutersloher, Germany: Verlagshaus G. Mohn, 1971-1980.
Articles on representations of events from the life of Christ (first two volumes), the Ascension, the Resurrection, the Church and Mary. Includes illustrations of over 1,000 black and white reproductions of works of art. The first two volumes are available in English translation.
Fine Arts Library Reference: N7830 .S35
Index of Christian Art
ICA is not compatible with Netscape 7 at this time. Text-only database indexes thematic and iconographic content of early Christian and medieval art. The ICA locates an iconographic subject and provides extensive tabular description of the individual work including location, name, medium, object type, material, dimensions, content, style, school, artist, date, liturgic al reference and citation of published reproductions. Database provider plans to add images to the database.
Portal site listing links to manuscript digitization projects and digitized manuscript guides.
Portal site listing links to manuscript digitization projects.

The Walters Art Museum houses an extraordinary collection of illuminated manuscripts from diverse cultures around the world. Full digital surrogates of many of these manuscripts are available on this website.

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