A volunteer-run catalogue of metadata about published music, the scope of this database is huge.
The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, is the world's leading museum of art and design. Our aim is to enrich people’s lives by promoting knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of the designed world.
The V&A has a vast collection of objects covering art, design and ...
DigitalNZ is an initiative with more than 140 partners, led by the National Library of New Zealand allowing search across 25 million digital items.
"Via the API you can submit a query to our search index and it will return information about the various NZ imag ...
The artnet Price Database is
the leading illustrated archive of auction records dating back to 1985 for Fine Art, such as photography, sculpture, and works on paper, Design, such as architectural properties, furniture, and lighting, and Decorative Art, such as antiques, jewelry, textiles, and sil ...
The Open Library is aiming to create a webpage for every book published. It contains over 20 million records.
It provides APIs for
- Recent Changes
- Search inside
Open Library Bibliographic Data is available to bulk download. You can also retu ...
An application for the close reading and scholarly analysis of deeply tagged texts.
The WordHoard project is named after an Old English phrase for the verbal treasure 'unlocked' by a wise speaker. It applies to highly canonical literary texts the insights and techniques of corpus linguistics, that ...
Swedish Open Cultural Heritage (SOCH) is a metadata aggregator and web service for cultural heritage institutions in Sweden, and contains monuments, buildings, museum collections etc from the Paleolithic to the present day.
SOCH contains over 5 million database objects from around 40 heritage insti ...
The British Museum was the first national public museum in the world - founded in 1753 - and remains one of the most famous museums in the World. Its collections contain over 8 million objects spanning the history of the world's cultures: from [carvings of reindeer from 13,0000BC](http://www.britis ...