More than 1 million images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and social sciences with a suite of software tools to view, present, and manage images for research and pedagogical purposes.
Commercial image site with over 8,000 Collections and 29,000 artists. Browse the following categories: Plans and Designs, Architectural details, Garden Design, Stately Homes.
Find images that date from the launch of Country Life magazine in 1897 through to the present day. The collection is based around the historic and modern day images of houses and gardens, specially commissioned for the magazine. The collection also features historic buildings and churches; ever-changing landscapes photographed in all seasons; a wide range of quintessential country pursuits and social events; agriculture and animals. Browse by New Images, Houses and Architecture, Landscape and Countryside, or Gardens.
A collection of more than 40,000 images, mostly black and white, drawn from resources at the Courtauld Institute, University of London.
This commercial archive contains a collection of photographs from English Heritage. English Heritage is a public body responsible for protecting and promoting over 400 historic properties of England, officially known as the Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England.
ViewFinder presents a selection of historic and more recent photographs from the National Monuments Record's important collections. There is a program to add further material regularly. Please note: Many of the buildings photographed remain in private ownership and may not be visited. Can be searched by Basic and Advanced Search and across collections for images of similar places or subjects.
Online searchable database of the Center's paintings, sculpture, Drawings, prints, rare books, and reference collection.
YCBA Photo Archive
Contains over 200,000 black and white photographs of British art worldwide, with a focus on collections in the United States, Canada, and Australia. The photographs are shelved in two sections: cataloged and uncataloged. In both cases, the photographs are shelved alphabetically by artist's last name. A database containing textual descriptions of the images is available in the Reference Library and can be searched by artist, title, owner, year, date, and subject. Ask at the reference desk for assistance.
Vast digital image collection that supports the arts, humanities, and visual culture studies. Search for houses, estates, buildings, and other keywords and limit Culture/Style to British or Tudor, etc. Other limits can be places such as subject heading or creator.