Philip's Links to Cool Art
(put your arrow on the underlined text & click to go there)
The Frye Art Museum, Seattle
contains wonderful resin rich oil paintings of The
(also free parking & great lunches)
Seattle Art Museum & Asian Art Museum great sculpture park, outstanding Asian art exhibitions, & a large collection of Twentieth Century American paintings by Jacob Lawrence and Mark Tobey.
Mark Harden's Artchive Philip's favorite Art History picture source.
The Uffizi Gallery, Florence Philip's favorite museum. Click on the small "thumbnail" pictures to view larger versions of the pictures.
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Links to the de Young & Legion of Honor Museums, & "the largest searchable art image base in the world"
The Oakland Museum of California Art, History and Natural Sciences of California
The San Jose Museum of Art Contemporary Art & Education.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art To quote the New York Times: "A site befitting the institution: immense, slow-moving and packed with information and images."
The Louvre It has virtual tours through the different galleries, and visuals of the pyramid water features. It has a fine database of all their Art and exhibitions, & well cataloged lectures and programs. Some of the education sections are only in French.
The Kyoto National Museum
in English. "Masterworks" section has highlights of
the museum. "Online Catalog," has a graphic database of the
The Tacoma Museum of Glass A wonderful museum, with a huge "hot shop" where you can watch glass art being made.