Online Resources

About

This list of online resources is intended as a useful reference for Art History faculty and students who are undertaking image research.

It is a work in progress and will be updated periodically as new resources are brought to the Curator's attention.

If you would like to contribute to this list please email Kfostano@fordham.edu

Image Databases

Library of Congress: Prints & Photographs Online Catalog

Google Art Project: Virtual Museum Visits

Digital Scriptorium: Database of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts

Universes in Universes: Contemporary Visual Arts from Africa, Asia, the Americas in the International Art Context

Vistas: Visual Culture in Spanish America, 1520-1820

Resources in Art and Architecture on the Web: An extensive list of Art and Architecture resources created by Karen Bouchard, Art and Architecture Librarian at Brown University

Wölff, Art at your fingertips: Wölff was created by an Art Historian (Greg Bryda) for Art Historians as a teaching tool that gives access to a crowd-sourced digital database of high resolution images, which can be used to create and share HD presentations. (You can access the catalog by using your @Fordham.edu account)

The Manar al-Athar open-access photo-archive: High resolution images of Roman, late antique and early Islamic art and architecture from ca. 300 BC to the present.

Digital Art History

Exhibition Platforms:

Omeka

Mapping Tools:

Neatline

StoryMap

Google Maps Engine

Harvard WorldMap

CartoDB

If you are interested in using these tools for teaching or for research contact kfostano@fordham.edu