||A gallery of graffiti art from more than 80 cities around the world.|| |
|Online catalogue of numerous small photographs from round the world, including sections on Americana, castles, concepts, Europe, flora, landscapes and moods, as well as digital art derived from photographs then manipulated via PhotoShop and Painter.|| |
|Exhibition of Adam's work capturing the University of California. Includes essays, photographs and the opportunity to hear the artist discussing some his work.|| |
|Online portfolio of small photographs from around the world, including sections on people, cities, skiing and properties, as well as general travel photographs.|| |
|Collection of photographs by photographer Fred Maroon, who was granted access to the Nixon Whitehouse for nine months in 1970 to take photos for a behind|
the-scenes book, and continued to document the administration over the next four years, culminating in the Watergate proceedings and Nixon's resignation. The photographs are grouped by chronological theme, including the re-election campaign, the Watergate hearings and the final days of the administration with explanatory text and quotes from a 1998 oral history interview with Maroon. Other features include an interactive timeline and notes on the exhibit.
|Articles on, and biographical summaries of, photographers such as Man Ray, Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, Walker Evans, and Alfred Steiglitz. Provides a selection of photographs by each artist including Victorian portraits, New York street photography, and images of the Ethiopian famine.|| |
|A collection of photographs which have won awards from amateur photography competitions between 1968 and 1987. English or German language presentation.|| |
|Exhibition celebrating the work of photographer Henri Cartier|
Bresson, including portraits of Coco Chanel, Truman Capote, and William Faulkner. Accompanied by a narrative explaining Cartier-Bresson's place in the history of photography.
|Collection of photographs taken by Henry Diltz, the official photographer of the Woodstock and Monterey pop festivals, and of many album covers from the late 1960s onwards. Includes coverage of Chuck Berry, Booker T and the MGs, The Byrds, Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell, Eric Clapton, The Doors, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and James Taylor.|| |
|Collection of over 80,000 free images, current pictures and illustrations, plus an index to several million images elsewhere on the web. Categories include animal kingdom, business, entertainment, fine art, history, lifestyles, military, multimedia, plant kingdom, religion, science, space, sports and recreation, technology, travel, vintage views, and Web page designs.|| |
|Extensive searchable index to graphical resources on the Internet, particularly photographs.|| |
|Centres on the power and critical appreciation of photography and uses specific photographs to make points about cultural identity, social change, and war. An 'Image Lab' provides an interactive educational presentation which is available on video, with transcriptions for teachers.|| |
|Collection prepared by the Virginia State Chamber of Commerce for the 'Court of States' at the 1939 World Fair. They represent twelve aspects of Virginia life: scenic tours, recreation, historic homes, culture, history, colonial archaeology, scenery and natural wonders, physiography, agriculture, education, government and the people, and industry, commerce, and transportation. The Electronic Index to the collection provides access to the bibliographic records containing the captions associated with each photograph. Three search options are available: word or phrase, combination and expert. Each is well explained.|| |
|Collection of illustrations, prints, photographs and archival materials from many popular magazines such as Time, Life, Sports Illustrated, People, and Entertainment Weekly. Also features material from the Mansell Collection containing photographs dating from the 1840s with emphasis on art and architecture.|| |
|A collection of photo gallery links, related to nature, wildlife and history. Pictures are grouped by their country of origin. Includes facility for users to contribute new sites to the collection.|| |
|Offers 19th and early 20th century photographs of ancient Greek and Roman architecture, focusing on Greece, Asia Minor, the Aegean islands, Cyprus, South Italy, and Sicily. Arranged by location and monument.|| |
|Photographic archive commemorating the work of Charles Moore, with additional information on Moore's career. The images represent 1960s America and the civil rights issues of the time, providing important visual historical data. The collection features images of events such as Ku Klux Klan gatherings, the actions of Martin Luther King, and the Freedom March of 1963. Explanatory text accompanies each photograph. || |
|An index, updated monthly, of black and white photographs. Includes: top ten list, archives and black and white photographers resource centre.|| |
|Resource guide to a collection of over 600 international films and videos on art, including painting, drawing, graphics, sculpture, architecture, design, photography, video art and modern literature. Listed by period, subject, director, scriptwriter, narrator and title, with Real Video clips and the facility to order online.|| |
|Searchable collection of photographs taken during the Bakumatsu|
Meiji Period (1860-1899), from the end of the Edo era to the beginning of the Meiji era. The pictures show changing images of Japan including foreigners' settlements, urban and rural scenery, tourist spots, customs and people in Nagasaki, Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe. Various search methods can be applied, including searching by keyword or geographic location.
|Information about portrait photographer Mathew Brady with a biographical timeline, details of photographic techniques and processes he employed, and a comprehensive index of his sitters. Provides a guide to making a photograph detailing steps involving plate preparation, exposure, and development.|| |
|A collection of over 52,000 images which are free for educational use by the UK higher education community. The collection comprises images of textiles, paintings, ceramics, metalwork, Chinese and Japanese art, Indian art, furniture, glass, photography, sculpture, costume, theatre and manuscripts, Picture Post magazine images (covering social history in Britain from 1938 to 1957), six areas of British history (the Irish troubles, history of sport, women's history, development of the mass media, UK politicians and Labour history), with editorial input from academics, journalists and archivists, and images from the James Valentine collection (a postcard archive of photography over the past 100 years), plus items from the George Cowie and Robert Adam photographic collections.|| |
|There are approximately 800,000 photographs, representing almost all historic formats such as daguerreotypes, tintypes, cartes|
de-viste, ambrotypes, albumen prints, panoramas, and cyanotypes, as well as more modern colour and black and white prints, slides, and negatives.There are over 650 collections available online and each link to a photograph collection contains a photograph from the collection, bibliographic information, and a brief description of the contents.
|A collection of over 1,000 images depicting urban life of various times. Include descriptive summaries, content notes, the William Gedney documentary photograph collection and the Philippine Island and Far East Photograph Albums, 1899|
|Collection contains 200,000 original photographic prints representing an international range of photographers, and comprising a thorough survey of processes, from the medium's 150+ year history. Online photography exhibitions are available to give a flavour of the collection.|| |
|Collection of photographs showing buildings, monuments and landmarks around the city of Baku. Includes the Maiden's Tower, Baku's old Train Station, Statue of Nizami in Fountain Square, the Palace of Government and the Akhundov Library. Postcard size images can be downloaded.|| |
|An online collection of photographs in JPEG format, submitted by numerous individual photographers, selected and published by the British Journal of Photography.|| |
|A catalogued and downloadable collection of photographs dating back to the 1850s. Images are organised into various groupings entitled, for example, British Isles, overseas, industry and commerce, political, recreation and leisure, and rural. These then lead to sub|
categories before providing annotated images, complete with dates.
|Magazine featuring work by writers and photographers from around the world illustrating social issues via photography, fiction, non|
fiction, and poetry. Offers a gallery of images from past issues, a subject index to articles for teachers, and suggested classroom activities. Back issues are available from 1995 onwards.
|Collection of material produced by William Gedney, who photographed throughout the US, Europe, and India between the 1950s and 1980s. Features 12 groupings of photographs covering composers 1962|
1968, Europe 1974-1982, India 1969-1971 and 1979-1980, Kansas 1969, and Kentucky 1964 and 1972. Also provides a selection of writings about his work, book projects, and a chronology of his life.
|Collection of over 8000 photographs provided free for non|
commercial use on the Internet. Photos are arranged by categories which include animals, church, food and drink, industry, nature, and transport, and countries such as Australia, France, Japan, the USA, and the UK. Pictures are also available for sale to commercial users.