The Art History category covers all types of art: painting, sculpture, architecture, etc. All time periods and movements are obviously covered as well.
Internet-based art museum experience, includes specialized exhibitions with emphasis on background information not normally available to the public.
Virtual art gallery displaying paintings and poetry from art movements of the 19th and 20th centuries with an emphasis on displaying works of art by artists who have been forgotten or neglected in recent years.
Rehs Galleries, Inc. is preparing the catalogue raisonné on the French Realist artist Julien Dupre (1851 - 1910).
An artist of the Bennington College Avant-Garde movement in the 1950s and 1960s.
Broad gallery that includes biographies and images for hundreds of well-known American, French, Spanish, Dutch, German and Japanese artists.
Information and photographs of extant WPA/New Deal art, focusing on Illinois, Ohio, and California. There are biographies, a timeline of the New Deal, and other odd bits of information.
Orazio Centaro's site. Includes a long alphabetical listing of artists and includes links to images that reside on both the OCAIW site and other artist sites on the Web.
Offers an introduction to visual art history. Famous artist's galleries and biographies, movements, major museums.
Exhibtion of miniature portraits from XVIII - XX century, information about artists and sitters.