For more information and resources about art and art history check out these wesbites:
An online project combining works of art, essays and chronologies to tell the story of art and global culture using the museum's collections.
Research center that preserves and provides access to primary sources documenting the history of visual arts in America.
Collaboration from art historians, curators, archaeologists, and academics. 2,000 freely available art history resources covering art and cultural heritage from paleolithic times to the present.
MoMA has essays on art, artists, and movements with a focus on modern and contemporary art and artists.
Consortium comprising the research libraries and archives of three of NYC's leading art museums: The Brooklyn Museum, The Frick Collection, and The Museum of Modern Art.
Educational resources and programming introducing contemporary art and artists. Website includes access to the Peabody Award-winning PBS show, Art in the Twenty-First Century.
A curated selection of the best out-of-copyright materials online alongside long-form essays on their wonderful and curious histories. The public domain collections span images, video and books.