A free online catalogue of institutions' art collections, including the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Smithsonian's Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art Washington D.C., the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Seattle Art Museum, Tate, and the Walker Art Center.
VIRCONA is a database of Native American visual artists. It consists only of those artists represented in the catalog of the collections of the Bunting Visual Resources Library. VIRCONA is intended to improve access to information about Native American visual artists and their art.
Interactive database that showcases oft overlooked European avant-garde artists active after 1945, including information about the artists, their works, affiliations, and relationships to other artists.
Publicly accessible platform published by the Inuit Art Foundation. Features historical and contemporary artists from across Inuit Nunangat and southern Canada. Includes artist exhibitions, publications, achievements and more, with new artist profiles added regularly.
Structured terminology for art, architecture, decorative arts and other material culture, archival materials, visual surrogates, and bibliographic materials. Includes Art & Architecture Thesaurus Online.
Free materials and programs devoted to the exploration of contemporary art and artists, including through the production of films, books, multimedia and Internet-based resources, educational programs, and special events..
Smarthistory at Khan Academy is an open educational resource for art history, presenting introductory art history content freely available online. Smarthistory is a platform for the discipline where art historians contribute in their areas of expertise.
Open-access digital art history project that maps hundreds of 18th-century artists' homes and studios. "With its two modes – Year and Artist – the website accommodates searches either by date or by person. For instance, visitors can explore where every artist was living at certain moments in time, or they can select individual artists and explore all the addresses lived at across their careers."