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Museums in the United States

 

www.akronartmuseum.org

Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH.
Situated in a renovated Post Office building, the permanet collection
emphasises contemporary art, photography, and folk arts.

 

www.oberlin.edu/amam/
default.html

Allen Memorial Art Museum,
Oberlin College, Ohio. 17th century Dutch, Japanese prints, Renaissance
and Baroque prints, modern European and contemporary American art.

 

www.cartermuseum.org

Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth,
TX. The Amon Carter Museum was established through the generosity of
Amon G. Carter, Sr. (1879-1955), to house his collection of paintings
and sculpture by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell; to collect,
preserve, and exhibit the finest examples of American art; and to serve
an educational role through exhibitions, publications, and programs
devoted to the study of American art.

 

www.warhol.org

Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh.

 

www.artic.edu/aic

Art Institute of Chicago,
Chicago. Museum and art school.

 

www.bampfa.berkeley.edu

Berkeley Art Museum + Pacific Film
Archive, Berkeley, CA. The BAM + PFA at the University of California
offers a website with extensive exhibition information including online
catalogs with images and audio artist interviews, a database of over
12,000 film notes on world cinema, searchable art and film collection
guides, an interactive multimedia guide to modern art for kids and more.

 

www.artsbma.org

Birmingham Museum of Art,
Birmingham, Alabama.

 

www.bocamuseum.org

Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca
Raton, FL. Fully accredited museum, with a fine Permanent Collection of
over 3000 pieces.

 

www.brooklynart.org

Brooklyn Museum of Art,
 One of the great, lesser-known museums.

 

www.butlerart.com

Butler Institute of American Art,
Youngstown, Ohio.

 

www.caamuseum.org

California African-American Museum,
Los Angeles, CA. Collections of painting, sculpture, assemblages,
photographs, folk art, African art and examples of historical material
culture reflecting African-American life.

 

www.caviews.com

California Views Historical Photo
Collection, Monterey, CA. California images from the 1870-1990, from
35mm Neg's to 11x14 Glass plates.

 

www.clemusart.com

Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio.

 

www.colmusart.org

Columbia Museum of Art,
Columbia, SC. The CMA houses a collection of over 6000 European and
American works of art dating from the 14th through 20th century.

 

www.corcoran.org

Corcoran Museum of Art,
Washington, DC. An art museum with stage events, just blocks from the
White house. periodicals in 41 languages.

 

www.cmog.org

Corning Museum of Glass
 , Corning, New York. More than 35 centuries of glass artistry in
the galleries. Explore glass innovations in the hands-on science and
technology area, and watch live glass demos - all day, every day of the
week.

 

www.crockerartmuseum.org

Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento,
CA. Oldest public art museum in the Western United States. Founded in
1885. Major collections of Old Master drawings, Old Master European
paintings, nineteenth-centry California painting, twentieth-century art
from Northern California; extensive education program.

 

www.daheshmuseum.org

Dahesh Museum, New York, NY. The
only museum in the country devoted to 19th-century European academic
art.

 

www.dm-art.org

Dallas Museum of Art, Texas.

 

www.decordova.org

DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park,
Lincoln, Massachusetts.

 

www.dennosmuseum.org

Dennos Museum Center, Traverse
City, MI. Come Alive Inside Come Alive Inside the Dennos Museum Center
for the visual and performing arts. Featuring an extensive schedule of
changing exhibitions and concerts combined with gallery tours, artist
lectures, hands-on workshops and school outreach activities.

 

www.denverartmuseum.org

Denver Art Museum, Denver, Co.
The largest collection of art between Chicago and San Francisco.

 

www.dia.org

Detroit Institute of Arts,
Detroit, Michigan.

 

www.diacenter.org

Dia Center for the Arts, New
York, NY. A contemporary art museum, Dia's exhibition program is
dedicated to large-scale, single-artist projects, produced on a
substantial scale and with a commitment to site specificity. Dia's
website features artist projects created specifically for the web.

  www.diegorivera.com

Diego Rivera Web Museum, Dedicated to the Mexican muralist painter
Diego Rivera (1886-l957). (Also in
Spanish.)
 

 

www.nasher.duke.edu

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

 

www.everhart-museum.org

Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA

 

www.farnsworthmuseum.org

Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland,
Maine. American art.

 

www.thinker.org

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
 , San Francisco, CA. The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco's web
site contains an astonishing database of over 65,000 images from the
permanent collection. It also contains museum information on important
exhibitions, tours, the collection, etc.

 

www.flintarts.org

Flint Institute of Arts, Flint,
Michigan. The Flint Institute of Arts has served an important role in
the life of the Flint community since its founding in 1928 and today,
continues to play a major role in the growth and revitalization of the
city of Flint. Through its exhibitions, interpretive programs, film
screenings, concerts, lectures, family events and educational outreach
programs, the FIA serves more than 120,000 adults and children annually
from all over southeast Michigan.The FIA's 150,000 sq. ft. facility is a
unique space with more than 25,000 sq. ft. of gallery space, maintaining
a collection of nearly 7,500 objects, sustains a membership of 3,200,
registers 1,700 students from pre-school age to senior citizens in
Museum Art School studio classes, and presents school programs to 25,000
K-12 students annually.

 

www.weisman.umn.edu

Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum,
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

 

www.frick.org

Frick Collection, New York, NY.
The Frick Collection includes some of the best-known paintings by the
greatest European artists, major works of sculpture (among them one of
the finest groups of small bronzes in the world), superb
eighteenth-century French furniture and porcelains, Limoges enamels,
Oriental rugs, and other works of remarkable quality.

 

www.nyu.edu/greyart

Gray Gallery of Art
 , New York, NY. The museum at New york University

 

www.guggenheim.org

Guggenheim Museum, New York
City. Art museum. Outposts in Bilbao, Spain and Venice.

 

www.museum.cornell.edu

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art,
Cornell University.

 

www.high.org

High Museum of Art, Atlanta,
Georgia. Includes images of contemporary art, a decorative arts
collection, American and European painting, African art, folk art, and
photography.

 

www.honoluluacademy.org

Honolulu Academy of Art,
Honolulu, HI. Founded early this century, ancient, modern, oriental.

 

www.indiana.edu/~iuam

Indiana University Art Musuem

 

www.ima-art.org

Indianapolis Museum of Art,
Indiana.

 

www.museums.iastate.edu

Iowa State University Museums,
Ames, IA. Consists of Iowa State's Brunnier Art Museum and Gallery
(decorative), the Farm House Museums (historic), and Art in State
Buildings (campus/public art). The Brunnier exhibits temporary exhibits
and items from permanent collection, the Farm House is a historical site
with antique items, AiBS features art done for buildings on campus
(sculptures, murals, etc.). All are free of charge.

 

www.gardnermuseum.org

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum,
Boston, MA. The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is at once an intimate
collection of fine and decorative art and a vibrant, innovative venue
for contemporary artists, musicians and scholars. Housed in a stunning
15th-century Venetian-style palace with three stories of galleries
surrounding a sun- and flower-filled courtyard, the museum provides an
unusual backdrop for the viewing of art. The Isabella Stewart Gardner
Museum's preeminent collection contains more than 2,500 paintings,
sculptures, tapestries, furniture, manuscripts, rare books and
decorative arts. The galleries house works by some of the most
recognized artists in the world, including Titian, Rembrandt,
Michelangelo, Raphael, Botticelli, Manet, Degas, Whistler and Sargent.
The spirit of the architecture, the personal character of the
arrangements and the artistic display of the enchanting courtyard in
full bloom all create an atmosphere that distinguishes the Isabella
Stewart Gardner Museum as an intimate and culturally-rich treasure.

 

www.noguchi.org

Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum,
Long Island City, NY. The Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum was created by the
Japanese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988), and displays more
than 300 of his works in a converted factory building and outdoor
sculpture garden. The museum is located across the East River from
Manhattan.

 

www.getty.edu/museum

J. Paul Getty Museum, Los
Angeles, CA. Getty Museum collections, history, vistor services and
information.

 

www.blantonmuseum.org

Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art,
Austin, TX.

 

www.joslyn.org

Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE.
Wide collection of art from Europe and U.S. Among others, Monet, Manet
Renoir and Degas are represented here.

 

www.kiarts.org

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts,
Kalamazoo, MI. Located in Southwest Michigan, the Kalamazoo Institute of
Arts was established in 1924 with the primary mission to offer
accessible art classes to the community and provide a lace for
appreciation of the visual arts through exhibitions, lectures and othe
special events. The present building constructed in 1961 was designed by
Skimore, Owings & Merrill and houses a collection of more than 3,000
objects.

 

www.lsa.umich.edu/kelsey

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology,
University of Michigan.

 

www.kimbellart.org

Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth,
Texas.

 

www.kam.uiuc.edu

Krannert Art Museum, Champaign,
IL. University of Illinois at Urbana

 

www.kreegermuseum.org

Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC.
The Kreeger Museum displays 19th and 20th century art in a building
designed by noted American architect Philip Johnson. The collection
includes works by Monet, Picasso, Miro, and Stella.

 

www.lcweb.loc.gov

Library of Congress, Washington
DC.

 

www.lorenadams.com

Loren Adams Museum of Fine Art,
Lahaina, HI. Collection of original oil paintings, watercolors,
drawings, designs and objet d'art.

 

www.maryhillmuseum.org

Maryhill Museum of Art,
Goldendale, Wa. The mission of Maryhill Museum of Art is to serve as an
inspiring force for the advancement of art and history while preserving
and building upon the Museum's unique legacy.

 

www.massmoca.org

Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary
Art (MASS MoCA)

 

www.mcnayart.org

McNay Art Museum, San Antonio,
TX. Built by artist and educator Marion Koogler McNay in the 1920s, the
Spanish Colonial Revival-style home opened as Texas’ first museum of
modern art in 1954. Today more than 100,000 visitors a year enjoy works
by 20th-century masters including Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh, Edward
Hopper, Georgia O’Keeffe, Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, and
Pierre-Auguste Renoir. In June 2008, the museum opened the
45,000-square-foot Jane and Arthur Stieren Center for Exhibitions
designed by internationally renowned French architect Jean-Paul Viguier.
Nearly doubling the McNay’s exhibition space, the Stieren Center
includes three separate outdoor sculpture galleries, the first in South
Texas.

 

www.amherst.edu/~mead

Mead Art Museum, Amherst, MA.
The Mead Art Museum houses the art collections of Amherst College, some
14,000 works acquired since 1839. It includes one of the nation's finest
collegiate collections of American art, also European art, photography,
and Japanese prints. Site features several virtual exhibitions

 

www.mag.rochester.edu

Memorial Art Gallery, University
of Rochester.

 

www.menil.org

Menil Collection, Houston,
Texas. Antiquities, African, oceanic, modern and contemporary painting
and sculpture.

 

www.metmuseum.org

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. One of the largest art
museums in the world. See the
collections
 

 

www.mam.org

Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee,
WI. Established in 1888, the Milwaukee Art Museum features 20,000 works
from ancient objects to recent art. A 125,000-square-foot, $50 million
building expansion project is underway, designed by Spanish architect
Santiago Calatrava.

 

www.artsmia.org

Minneapolis Institute of Arts,
Minnesota. Fine arts museum.

 

www.mmaa.org

Minnesota Museum of American Art,
Saint Paul, MN. Permanent collection features over 3,000 works of
American Art beginning in the early 20th century, MMAA also hosts
special exhibitions of American art.

 

www.mamfw.org

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
 , Fort Worth, TX. Oldest art museum in Texas exhibiting modern and
contemporary American and European painting, sculpture, works on paper
and photography. Most or all of the collections are ONLINE.

 

www.themorris.org

Morris Museum of Art, Augusta,
GA. The only museum dedicated entirely to Southern art and artists.
Houses the Center for the Study of Southern Painting.

 

www.mfa.org

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston,
Massachusetts.

 

www.mfah.org

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston,
Texas.

 

www.mjt.org

Museum of Jurassic Technology,
Los Angekes, CA. Unique! (Read "Mr. Wilson's Cabinet of Wonders")

 

www.moma.org

Museum of Modern Art, (MoMA), New York City. See menu 
including 
the collection and current exhibitions.

 

www.mopa.org

Museum of Photographic Arts, San
Diego, CA. Housed in the beautiful Casa de Balboa in San Disgo's Balboa
Park, MoPA presents both classic and contemporary works by
internationally acclaimed artists. MoPA is one of the few museums
devoted exclusively to the photgraphic arts, and collects and exhibits
contemporary and classic work by internationally known artists.

 

www.nga.gov

National Gallery of Art,
Washington, DC.

 

www.americanart.si.edu

National Museum of American Art,
Washington, DC. Some of the best images on the net.

 

www.nmwa.org

National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC. The only
museum in the world dedicated exclusively to the recognition of women in
the arts, including a
tour of their on-line galleries

 

www.nelson-atkins.org

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art,
Kansas City, MO. A general art museum comprising objects from ancient
times to the present, and all cultures, with special emphasis on Chinese
art and English ceramics from the 17th century.

 

www.nevadaart.org

Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV.

 

www.artcom.com/
museums/nv/mr/82601-28.htm

Nicolaysen Art Museum and Discovery
Center, Casper, WY. A regional art museum focusing on contemporary
art and traditional western art. Also a hands-on self-guided art-making
place in the Discovery Center.

 

www.nrm.org

Norman Rockwell Museum at
Stockbridge, Stockbridge, MA. World's largest collection of original
art by Norman Rockwell. Changing exhibitions also feature works by other
renown American illustrators.

 

www.noyesmuseum.org

Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville,
N.J. Southern New Jersey's museum of contemporary fine and folk art,
displaying outstandng travelling exhibits, works by leading regional
artists, and its own growing contemporary art collection

 

www.psu.edu/dept/
palmermuseum

Palmer Museum of Art,
Pennsylvania State University.

 

www.marquette.edu/haggerty

Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum
of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.

 

www.pem.org

Peabody Essex Museum, Salem,
Massachusetts. USA's oldest continuously operating museum, founded in
1799. Maritime arts and history; American decorative arts; early
American architecture; Asian export art; Asian, Oceanic, African arts
and culture; natural history; native American arts and art.

 

www.pafa.org

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine
Arts, Philadelphia, PA. Founded in 1805, the Pennsylvania Academy of
the Fine Arts is America's first art museum and school of fine arts. The
Museum features one of the most renowned collections of American
art--spanning three centuries.

 

www.pensacolamuseumofart.org

The Pensacola Museum of Art
 , Pensacola, FL. Current exhibitions, classes, lectures,
educational programs.

 

www.philamuseum.org

Philadelphia Museum of Art,
Philadelphia, PA. The Philadelphia Museum of Art, founded in 1876, is
unique among American museums in its integrated presentation of a full
range of fine and applied arts from Asia, Europe, and the U.S. Spanning
over 2,000 years, the collections include masterpieces of painting,
sculpture, prints, and drawings displayed with a wide range of
furniture, silver, glasswork, architectural elements, and entire
furnished rooms from historic houses.

 

www.themorgan.org

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.

 

www.pam.org

Portland Art Museum, Portland,
Oregon. Collections include native American and regional contemporary
art.

 

www.portlandmuseum.org

Portland Museum of Art,
Portland, ME. Provides an unparalleled look at fine and decorative arts
from the 18th century to the present, representing the unique artistic
heritage of Maine, a well as the major European movements. Housed in an
award-winning building in downtown Portland.

 

www.ricegallery.org

Rice University Art Gallery,
Houston, TX. Contemporary art, architecture and design

 

www.ringling.org

Ringling Museum of Art,
Sarasota, FL. (The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art)

 

www.salvadordalimuseum.org

Salvador Dali Museum, St
Petersburg, FL. Contains images of 159 of Dali's works (800*600 video
resolution or better recommended.)

 

www.sdmart.org

San Diego Museum of Art
 , San Diego, CA. The San Diego Museum of Art is the largest
cultural institution in San Diego County with approximately 12,000. This
website is our first attempt at a content-rich exhibition based on the
Baldwin M. Baldwin Collection of the Posters of Henri de
Toulouse-Lautrec.

 

www.sfmoma.org

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art,
San Francisco, CA.

 

www.sjmusart.org

San Jose Museum of Art, San
Jose, CA. Emphasis is on late 20th Century art, with a focus on Bay Area
artists. Exhibits include scultpture, photography, multi-media/high
tech, and paintings. Currently involved in a multi-year exchange with
the Whitney Museum.

 

www.seattleartmuseum.org

Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA.
The Seattle Art Museum offers the Seattle community a diverse and
exciting collection. The downtown Seattle Art Museum houses a well-known
collection ofthe arts of Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas; the
original building displays the museum's extensive holdings in Asian art.

 

www.sheldon.unl.edu

Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and
Sculpture Garden, Lincoln, NE. The Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and
Sculpture Garden web site resources highlight its collection of American
art. Find examples of 19th-century landscape and still life, American
Impressionism, early Modernism, geometric abstraction, Abstract
Expressionism, pop, minimalism and contemporary art by a wide range of
artists.

 

www.smartmuseum.uchicago.edu

Smart Museum of Art, Chicago,
IL. Located on the University of Chicago's Hyde Park campus, the David
and Alfred Smart Museum of Art houses a permanent collection of over
7000 objects, spanning five centuries of both Western and Eastern
civilizations. The scope of its permanent collections, combined with
groundbreaking special exhibitions, a focus on research and teaching by
University of Chicago scholars, and distingushed outreach and
educational programs geared to both adults and school age children, make
the Smart one of the Midwest's most dynamic and innovative educational
institutions in the visual arts.

 

www.smith.edu/artmuseum

Smith College Museum of Art

 , Northampton, MA. With a world-famous collection spanning an
impressive 4,500 years, and a tradition since its inception of making
its holdings available to students and the public, the Smith College
Museum of Art is also a leader in collecting and showing the art of our
day. Ranked among the finest college or University museums in this
country, it has become what our first director hoped it would be:
"nothing less than a collection of works by the foremost artists of
modern times."

 

www.si.edu

Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC.

 

www.nd.edu/~sniteart

Snite Museum of Art, Notre Dame,
IN. The Snite Museum of Art at the University of Notre Dame houses over
19,000 works of art from the antique through modern. The web site
illustrates many works found on display and lists all works on display.

  www.americanart.si.edu/
whc/index.html
The White House Collection of American Craft exhibition. Includes
much audio and video material.
 

www.theautry.org

Southwest Museum, Los Angeles,
California. The Southwest Museum currently holds one of the nation's
most important collections related to the American Indian.

 

www.slam.org

St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis,
MO. Art from all periods of European civilization and from Africa, North
America and Oceania, with an acclaimed collection of modern art.

 

www.fine-arts.org

St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts,
St. Petersburg, FL. Noted for it collection of late 19th and early 20th
century European and American collection, it is also the home of the
finest collection of photographs in the SE US. There is also an active
music program and continuing educational activities for all ages.

 

www.ceramicsmuseum.alfred.edu

The International Museum of Ceramic
Art, Alfred, NY. Significant portions of the permanent collection
show strength in the focus on American ceramics from 1900 to the
present; ceramics made by Alfred MFA graduate students; pottery of the
Ancient Americas, Chinese pottery and porcelain, European dinnerware,
Leach pottery, Japanese ceramics by Rosanjin, Korean pottery from the
United Silla, Koryo and Yi dynasties, tiles, Glidden Ware, and
miscellaneous ceramics from many cultures and time periods.

 

www.timkenmuseum.org

Timken Museum of Art
 , San Diego, CA. Timken Museum of Art in San Diego. Most of the
collection is online with anotation, in an easy 'pamphlet' layout.

 

www.toledomuseum.org

Toledo Museum of Art
 , Toledo, OH. The Toledo Museum of Art continues to grow in its
facilities, its collection, and its relations with the Toledo community.
A series of renovations to the interior of the original building from
1977 to 1992 was followed by the completion of the Center for the Visual
Arts, designed by Frank Gehry. This building houses the Museum's Library
and the Art Department of the University of Toledo.

 

www.albany.edu/museum

University Art Museum, Albany,
New York.

 

www.olemiss.edu/depts/
classics/museums.html

University Museums, University of
Mississippi, Oxford, MS. of special note are the D. M. Robinson
Collection of Greek and Roman Antiquities, the Millington-Barnard
Collection of 19th-century scientific apparatus and collections of
American southern, West African and Caribbean folk art, also dolls and
decorative arts

 

www.statemuseum.arizona.edu

University of Arizona Museum of Art.

 

www.umma.umich.edu

University of Michigan Museum of Art,
Ann Arbor, MI. Located at the gateway to the University’s historic
central campus, the University of Michigan Museum of Art is considered
one of the finest university art museums in the country, with more than
17,000 works of art and an ambitious schedule of special exhibitions and
programs. UMMA’s extraordinary Western, Asian, and African holdings
include masterworks by such artists as Dürer, Monet, Picasso, and
today’s avant-garde.Features an online searchable database of over
14,000 objects.

 

www.uwyo.edu/ArtMuseum

University of Wyoming Art Museum,
Laramie, WY. The UWAM is an educational institution with a mission to
collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret a broad spectrum of visual
arts of the highest quality and of national importance that expands
awareness and understanding of all of the visual arts and its impact on
our culture for Wyoming's residents.

 

www.vmfa.state.va.us

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts,
Richmond, Virginia.

 

www.wadsworthatheneum.org

Wadsworth Athenium Museum of Art,
Hartford, Connecticut. One of the oldest public museums in the country.

 

www.cathedral.org

Washington National Cathedral,
Washington, DC.

 

www.whitney.org

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City. See also
 

 

www.echonyc.com/~hwdarch

Hollywood Archaeology  artist's WWW project.

 

www.worcesterart.org

Worcester Art Museum, Worcester,
Massachusetts. The Museum has been building its collection since 1898
and it has over 35,000 works in a collection that spans more than 5000
years of world art. Its strengths are American painting, Dutch and
Flemish painting, Late Roman mosaics Japanese prints and European and
American color-prints.

 

www.yale.edu/ycba

Yale Center for British Art, New
Haven, CT. The YCBA holds one of the most comprehensive collections of
British Art outside of London. The Center places special emphasis on art
from the 17th Century to the present.

 

www.yale.edu/artgallery

Yale University Art Gallery

 

www.artmuseum.org

Yellowstone Art Musuem,
 Billings, MT. In 1984, with a major grant from the Montana Coal Tax
Fund and generous donations from private individuals, the Yellowstone
Art Museum began to build a permanent collection of significant
contemporary art of the region. The "Montana Collection" represents the
preservation of Western art relevant to today's West, and constitutes a
living artistic heritage.

 
 

 

Museums in the Canada

 

www.artgalleryofnovascotia.ca

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

 

www.ago.net

Art Gallery of Ontario

 

www.glenbow.org

Glenbow Museum.
 A cultural museum, art gallery, and library and archives of western
Canadian history.

 

www.mcq.org

Le Musée de la Civilisation à Québec,
 Quebec City Museum of Civilization

 

www.mcmichael.com

McMichael Canadian Art Collection.
 A collection of Canadian art; including the Group of Seven, First
Nations art, and Inuit art.

 

www.mbsl.qc.ca

Musée du Bas-Saint-Laurent Museum,
 Rivière-du-Loup, Quebec. committed to both contemporary art and
ethnology.

 

www.national.gallery.ca

National Gallery of Canada,
Ottawa, Ontario

 

www.rom.on.ca

Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto,
Ontario

 
 

 

Museums in the Europe

 

Austria

Austria

 

www.mmkslw.or.at/mmkslw/
TEST/e/galerie/galerie.htm

on-line galleries  and exhibits. (In English and
German).

     
 

Belgium

Belgium

 

www.museelln.be

Musée de Louvain-la-Neuve, Université
catholique de Louvain. See also
English, Dutch and German.)

     
 

Denmark

Denmark

 

www.louisiana.dk

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. Situated
on the North Zealand coast in spectacular setting. (In
English
 and Danish.)

     
 

Finland

Finland

 

www.fng.fi

Finnish National Gallery, Helsinki. Fine
art. (In
English, Finnish and Swedish.)
Helsinki City Art Museum. Responsible
for many statues and sculptures around the city.
(In English, Finnish and Swedish.)

 

www.nba.fi

The National Museum of Finland,
Helsinki. (Also in
Finnish and Swedish.)

 

www.museoliitto.fi

Finnish museums  information including a alphabetical list of museums
(also ordered by location and by type) from the Finnish Museums Association.
(Also in Finnish  and Swedish.)

     
 

France

France

 

www.chateauversailles.fr

Château de Versailles, near Paris. (In
French and
English.) Includes
The Carriage Museum
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux.

 

www.culture.fr

 

 

The Musée d'Art Contemporain of Lyon. Biennale Art Contemporain de Lyon '95,
December 1995 - March 1996. Devoted to works of art created using new
technologies. (In French and English.)

 

www.cnac-gp.fr

Centre Georges Pompidou, Musée national d'art moderne.
(Also in French.)

 

www.louvre.fr

The Louvre, Paris. Widely regarded as
the most famous art museum in the world with the

most famous painting in the world.

 

www.cnam.fr

Conservatoire National de Arts et Métiers.
(Mainly
in French, some English and bilingual pages available.)

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www.musee-orsay.fr

Musée d'Orsay, Paris. (In French.)

 

www.musee-rodin.fr

Auguste Rodin (1840-1919) in the Hôtel Biron where he rented the ground floor.
(In French and English.)

 

www.paris.org/Musees

Museums, exhibitions and monuments/museums map of
Paris

 

www.giverny.org/museums

Giverny and Vernon  museums. See also Claude Monet's garden.

     
 

Germany

Germany

 

www.kunstmuseum-bonn.de

Kunstmuseum, Bonn. German art since 1945.

 

www.dhm.de

Museums in Germany. (In German.)

 

www.webmuseen.de

Museumslandschaft  museums list. (In German.)

 

www.museen-in-bayern.de

Bavaria museums. (In German.)

     
 

Italy

Italy

 

www.castagna.it

Amedeo Lia Museum, La Spezia. Art
collection of Amedeo Lia and his family, founded in 1995. (Also in

Italian and German.)

 

www.cesmap.it

CeSMAP Study Centre and Prehistoric Art
Museum, Pinerolo. (Also in
Italian.)

 

www.keats-shelley-house.org

Keat-Shelley House, Piazza di Spagna,
Rome. Visited by architects, painters, musicians and poets.

 

www.guggenheim.org

Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice.
Modern art. An outpost of the
 

 

www.uffizi.org

Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice.
Modern art. An outpost of the  Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Includes
QuickTimeVR Virtual Reality of some of   the galleries and an
index of artists with some images such as Botticelli's
The Birth of Venus. (Also in Italian.) See also

 

www.arca.net/uffizi

Virtual Uffizi (unofficial guide).

  www.sbas.firenze.it

Musei e Gallerie Statali, Soprintendenza dei Beni Artistici e
Storici di Firenze. Florentine museum information, including
database access, from Florence. (In Italian.)

     
 

Netherlands

Netherlands

 

www.desk.nl/~seventh

7th Museum, Amsterdam. A public art project.

 

www.dse.nl

Jan Adam Zandleven museum,
Digital Town Eindhoven. Virtual museum of the Dutch painter Jan Adam
Zandleven (1868-1923). (Also in Dutch.)

 

www.nhmmaastricht.nl

Natural History Museum, Maastricht.
Includes a  virtual tour and
kid's museum with a quiz. (In English and Dutch.)

 

www.rembrandthuis.nl

Rembrandt House Museum, Amsterdam. (In English  and Dutch.)

 

www.stedelijk.nl

Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art, Amsterdam. Leading modern
contemporary art museum in the country. Artworks, images, Java, VRML,
Shockwave. (In
English  and Dutch.)

 

www.hollandmuseums.nl

Holland Museums  from the  
Netherlands Board of Tourism supported by the
Netherlands Association of Museums.
See English information including a directory of
all museums. An excellent,
comprehensive resource.

 

www.museumserver.nl

De Museumserver. Dutch museums on the
Internet. (Mostly Dutch, some
English.) Good, but slowed by
use of Java.

 

www.inform.nl/musea

Musea in Nederland. Links sorted by name,
type and location. (In Dutch only.)

     
 

Spain

Spain

  www.fundaciomiro-bcn.org

Joan Miró Foundation, Barcelona, Spain

 

www.guggenheim.org/bilbao

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao,
Bilbao, Spain

     
 

Switzerland

Switzerland

 

www.fotomuseum.ch

Fotomuseum, Winterthur. Photography. (In German.)

 

www.kunstmuseumbasel.ch

Museum of Fine Arts, Basel. Part of the Öffentliche Kunstsammlung,
the oldest public museum of the world! (In
English  and German.)

 

www.swissart.ch

Swiss Art portal

     
 

U.K.

U.K.

 

www.lanntair.com

An Lanntair, an art center of the
Western Isles of Scotland.
The   

 

www.nationalgallery.org.uk

National Gallery, London

  www.museumwales.ac.uk

National Museums and Galleries of Wales

 

www.nms.ac.uk

National Museums of Scotland

 

www.soane.org

Sir John Soane's Museum

 

www.tate.org.uk

Tate Gallery

 

www.vam.ac.uk

Victoria and Albert, London.
Specializes in decorative arts.

 
 

 

Museums in the Asia

     
 

Japan

Japan

 

www.arttowermito.or.jp

Art Tower Mito. Contemporary Art Center.  

 

www.museum.or.jp

Internet Museum.

 

www.kyohaku.go.jp

Kyoto National Museum, Kyoto.
Archaeology, ceramics, sculpture, paintings, calligraphy, textiles,
lacquerware, metalwork. (Also in Japanese.)

 

www.miyanomori-art.jp

Miyanomori Art Museum, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan
 The only museum in Hokkaido that represents the international and
Japanese contemporary art scene. It has the largest collection of
Christo and Jeanne-Claude in Asia and Oceania.

 

www.meijimura.com/english/
index.html

Museum Meiji-mura.
 Open-air museum of Japanese architecture from the Meiji period
(1868-1912). Includes a

 

www.momat.go.jp

National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo. (In

English  and Japanese.)

 

www.nmwa.go.jp

National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo. (Also in Japanese.)

     
 

Korea (Republic of)

Korea (Republic of)

 

www.koreanfolk.co.kr

Korean Folk Village Museum. (In Korean and English.)
 

 

www.museum.go.kr

National Museum of Korea, Seoul.

  www.uia.archi

architectural competition  information.

     
 

Taiwan

Taiwan

 

www.npm.gov.tw

National Palace Museum. English  and Chinese.)

 
 

 

Museum Organizations

 

www.aam-us.org

American Association of Museums

  www.artmuseumnetwork.com

Art Museum Network

 

www.ed.gov/pubs/AchGoal1/
ims.html

Institute of Museum Services

 
 

 

Links to other Museum Sites

 

www.flamuseums.org

Florida Association of Museums,
a listing. A website that includes a searchable directory of all museums
in Florida, plus a listing of exhibits that can be searched by month.

 

www.hocm.org

Hands On Children's Museum,
Olympia, Washington.

 

www.hfmgv.org

Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield
Village, Dearborn, Michigan. Largest US indoor/outdoor museum
complex, founded by Henry Ford in 1929, presenting change and innovation
in American life.

  www.nhm.org

Los Angeles museums, a listing.

 

www.casasolamuseum.com

Museo Casasola, is one of the
highly unique museums in the US devoted to the México-US history. The
Casasola Museum archive special collections with more than 100,000
images of the US-México border from 1900-2009 and four generation of
visual artists, representing the main source of our collective memory.
The US-Mexico border is a line of 3 thousand km in length where there
are over 350 million crossings per year.

 

www.paris.org/Musees

Museums of Paris ( Musées de Paris)

 

www.cr.nps.gov

National Park Service's Links to the Past,
 
A site for all of the historical places, archaeology, museums and
collections among other programs of the National Park Service.

 

www.ny.com/museums

New York City museums, a listing.
Paperless guide to New York City Museums

 New York City's art museums range from Impressionism to Avant Garde to
Asian crafts. While the arts and crafts museums are the most famous, the
city also claims top-notch museums in architecture, natural history,
television, radio and technology. You can access a complete listing of
New York museums, or you can browse through the museums using the
categories provided. Interesting "virtual museum" called The Scope
Gallery.

 

www.rockhall.com

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum,
Cleveland, Ohio. Includes
multimedia  audio, video and photographs.

 

www.thechildrensmuseum.org

The Children's Museum, Seattle,
WA. The Children's Museum is dedicated to bringing children and adults
together to learn about the world. Sender: Ann Cook, Director Public
Relations & Marketing Sender email: anncook@thechildrensmuseum.org
Comment:

 

www.tigtail.org/TVM

Tigertail Virtual Museum, A
north pole site. 1500 fine images from 1400 to the present each restored
to try to create the original image. This is a VIRTUAL museum.

 

www.lastplace.com/
webmuseums.html

Truly Virtual Web Art Museum,
Las Vegas, NV. Virtual reality galleries of digital art as contribution
to indigenous Web cyberculture. This is a VIRTUAL museum.

 
 

 

 


 

 

 

 
 



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