Internet Art Directory|
|Renowned Artist Listings
As of Tuesday January 23, 2018 there are 17 sites in the
Renowned Artist Listings category.
The Guide to Fine Art on the Internet. Fine art search engine. 7,500 renowned artists.
Web Gallery of Art, image collection, virtual museum, searchable database of European fine arts (painting, sculpture) of the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassism and Romanticism periods (1100-1850), containing over 16.200 reproductions.
Mark Harden's Artchive: More than 2,000 fine art scans from over 200 renowned artists.
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WebMuseum: Artist index.
ARC International - The Art Renewal Center. Combines on-line international art news, reviews, articles, contemporary salon and a 1500 megabyte research library of master paintings. This site is devoted to raising 'art' standards and giving recognition to the rare quality paintings of today and the multitude of yesteryear.
Renowned artists database - Painters, sculptors, illustrators including biographies, art auction records and images.
Olga's Gallery - Online Art Museum. Largest online museum. New exhibits weekly. Biographies and main works of famous artists. Excellent quality of reproductions. Historical comments.
The Renowned Artist Listings category is for sites that list a substantial number of famous or renowned visual artists (at least 100)
and link to further material about the artists.
This category is not the place for personal pages or for individual artists or galleries. Artists with or without a
web site may register with Digital Consciousness to obtain an
Artist Page and be included in the main database.
Galleries may suggest their sites in the Galleries category.
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