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Yale Library

Image Resources: Renaissance and Baroque Europe

Yale University's Arts Library Digital Services guide to digital image resources.

Renaissance and Baroque Europe Image Resources

Art History Resources on the Web: Renaissance Italy

Large collection of Web resources compiled by Prof. Christopher Witcombe.


Art History Resources on the Web: Renaissance Art outside of Italy

Large collection of Web resources compiled by Prof. Christopher Witcombe.  


Art History Resources on the Web: Baroque Art

Large collection of Web resources compiled by Prof. Christopher Witcombe 


Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture Known in the Renaissance

An interdisciplinary research tool cataloging art and architecture from Antiquity available and/or discovered during the Renaissance, under the direction of Dr. Arnold Nesselrath. Requires free registration.


Closer to Van Eyck : Rediscovering the Ghent Altarpiece

High-resolution images and zooming for this major work of early 15th-century Flemish painting resulting from a 2010-2011 conservation project funded, in part, by the Getty Foundation, the Flemish Government and the Province of East Flanders.


Gottweig Abbey | Collection of Prints

With more than 30,000 engravings, the Print Collection of is one of the largest private collections of graphic art in Austria. The predominant part of the holdings date from the Renaissance and Baroque periods and includes works by German, Dutch, Italian, French and English artists. 


Index of Christian Art (Princeton University)

The Index records works of art produced without geographical limitations from early apostolic times up to A.D. 1550.


The Sistine Chape| | Vatican Palace (Vatican City, Rome)

High-resolution QTVR with zooming.


Universal Leonardo

Wide-ranging exploration of Leonardo da Vinci's multi-faceted artistic and scientific work, under the general direction of Prof. Martin Kemp, Oxford University


Giorgio Vasari, Lives of the Artists (14th-mid16th centuries in Italy): Project Gutenberg

Biographies of Italian artists written by a Medici Court painter, first ed. 1550, second ed. 1568.






Features

QTVR (Quick Time Virtual Reality) of architecture and urban spaces in Renaissance Italy

Closer to van Eyck: Rediscovering the Ghent Altarpiece