The following virtual collection of art resources will
introduce you to specific historic movements in the world
of art, painters, and techniques. If you'd like to take
a closer look at a painting, place your pointer on the
image and click, this will enlarge the painting to the
size of your screen. You may also examine some famous
exhibits by using the Museum web.
Art History Resources
art through the ages
ARTCYCLOPEDIA Look for Artists, Art Works and Museums
(Welcome from the curator) http://sunsite.unc.edu/wm/
This is the home page of the world-famous WebMuseum.
Impressionism (1860-1900) http://sunsite.unc.edu/wm/paint/theme/impressionnisme.html
Giverny - Vernon : In
the Heart of Impressionism
Impressionism (word definition)
- French Painting 19th century - http://www.nga.gov/collection/gallery/french19.htm
Here are some French painters also showcased at the
National Gallery of Art.
Resources at World Wide Arts Resources
on the Internet -http://www.digiserve.com/heraldry/
A very extensive list of links about Heraldry on the
- From the Artcyclopedia, an introduction to cubism
and a listing of artists by movement.
on Cubism -. An exahaustive list of cubist painters
and examples of their works.
-A definition from the WebMuseum with links to Pablo
Surrealism and Dadaism
A brief explanation of the Dadaist movement.
An explanation of the Surrealist movement as well a
link to the surrealist painter, Yves Tanguy.
Dali Museum - http://www.salvadordalimuseum.org/
A site devoted to the work of Salvador Dali, provides
information about his life, his works and further explanation
and sites about Surrealism and Dadaism.