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The Red Lists classify the endangered categories of archaeological objects or works of art in the most vulnerable areas of the world, in order to prevent them from being sold or illegally exported.
Red Lists are NOT a list of actual stolen objects ...
The CASE (Culture and Sport Evidence) database is "a unique and comprehensive resource for those working in culture and sport".
It currently holds over 12,000 studies from across the CASE sectors (sport, arts, heritage, museums, galleries, libraries and archives), undertaken internationally and wi ...
The Government Art Collection collects works of art to display in British Government buildings around the world, promoting British art and culture.
Data on works of art in the Collection includes artist, title, subject, location, provenance, description ...
Catalogue entries for the artworks held and the artists represented in the Tate Gallery collection and Tate Archive.
Artwork and Archive entries include
- Date created
- Reference number / Accession number
- Medium description (e.g. Photograph)
- Tate Website URL
- Subject inde ...
The Fitzwiliam Museum in Cambridge has a collection of antiquities, decorative applied arts, coins and medals, manuscripts and rate books, paintings, drawings and prints - including Rembrandt etchings and handwritten music by Handel.
The museum has released its collection data - object data, basic ...
The Dictionnaire des ventes d'art faites en France et à l'étranger pendant les 18me & 19m siècles by Hippolyte Mireur is volume one of a 9 volume index of every artwork sold at auction between 1700-1900 in Europe.
It is pretty much the sole source of historical pricing data for art.
The versions ...
Mechanical Curator's Cuttings is a large (c. 500k) colletion of copyright free small illustrations and ornamentations, from the pages of 17th, 18th and 19th Century books - curated by a robot.
The illustrations are derived semi-randomly, semi-thematically from digitised books in the British Libra ...