What if you were trapped inside a painting and had to solve a mystery to get out?
An adventure inside art history.
Divided into three main areas--Memory, Reason, and Imagination--with approximately twenty items in each, this site is exceptionally rich.
It is to be a continuously updated exhibit at the Library of Congress.
Clear instructions and elegant models in the traditional Japanese art of paperfolding from Joseph Wu in Japan.
Contains links to many other origami sites, including "How to Make an Origami Crane."
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
Utterly fabulous site combining multiple museum holdings in a 65,000-item database.
Images are excellent, and you can send your comments and knowledge about the paintings to the museum.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
This is one of the largest and finest art museums in the world.
Its collections include more than two million works of art--several hundred thousand of which are on view at any given time--spanning more than 5,000 years of world culture, from prehistory to the present.
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C
National Gallery of Art and its collections belong to the people of the United States of America.
European and American paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, and selected works on paper.
Full-screen views of whole paintings and details allow close study.
The site also includes information on artists and on the museumís facilities and services.