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The index "Subject" organizes the websites into different categories regarding their art historically relevant content.

  1. European Art »
  2. Art of the 20th Century before 1945
  1.  Aesthetics, Art History (7/848)
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                                            1.  Art of the 20th Century after 1945 (237)
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                                                                      1.  Other Disciplines (32/93)
                                                                        1.  Others (11)
                                                                          1.  Thematic portals (86/290)
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                                                                            1. Aachen, Ludwig Forum für internationale Kunst / Bibliothek, publisher : Ludwig-Forum für Internationale Kunst <Aachen>, abstract: The Library of the Ludwig-Forum für Internationale Kunst in Aachen, Germany, specializes on 20th century and 21st century art. It holds rare exhibition catalogues, monographs and numerous magazines on modern and contemporary art. The collection focuses on art from the German Democratic Republic (GDR) and the Sowjet Union, art from Latin America and Africa, new media art, video art and photography. Furthermore, the library has a media centre and a collection of slides. There is a library catalogue to search the holdings. The library can be used during opening hours. No registration necessary.
                                                                            2. Amedeo Modigliani (Artcyclopedia), creator : Malyon, John, abstract: Subsite of Artcyclopedia about Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920) with links to digitised artworks in museums and institutions worldwide.
                                                                            3. American Masters from Bingham to Eakins: The John Wilmerding Collection, publisher : National Gallery of Art (NGA), abstract: This online companion to the exhibition of paintings and drawings from the John Wilmerding collection at the National Gallery of Art contains a complete list with images as well as featured highlights. The website contains information on John Wilmerding, the history and the main focus of the collection.
                                                                            4. Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum, publisher : Rijksmuseum Vincent van Gogh <Amsterdam>, abstract: The museum contains a collection of paintings by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890). It provides the opportunity to keep track of the artist's developments, or compare his paintings to works by other artists from the 19th century in the collection. Besides general information to the museum the website offers a detailed van Gogh biography as well as the possibility to read in original letters of the artist.
                                                                            5. André Kertész, publisher : National Gallery of Art <Washington, DC>, abstract: Web feature of the National Gallery, Washington, to the exhibition of photographs by the Hungarian-American artist André Kertész. The feature provides the 20 exhibition highlights as images, but unfortunately they cannot be enlarged. Furthermore a short biography of the artist is available.
                                                                            6. A New Deal for the Arts, publisher : Washington <DC> / National Archives and Records Service of the United States, abstract: The New Deal arts projects provided work for jobless artists, but they also had a larger mission: to promote American art and culture. The exhibition describes and displays the work of the New Deal arts projects and discusses themes common to this government-sponsored art. The online exhibit is adapted from "A New Deal for the Arts," an exhibit that was on display in 1998, in the National Archives (Washington, DC). Thumbnails can be zoomed.
                                                                            7. Antibes, Musée Picasso, publisher : Musée Picasso <Antibes>, abstract: The Picasso Museum in Antibes shows works from Picasso. Aside from these works, the museum also contains a collection of paintings by artists Picasso knew and admired. The site informs about the Museum, the exhibitions, and events.
                                                                            8. Artfact, title alternative : FIND, BID, WIN, publisher : Artfact, LLC., abstract: Artfact's artist database is a resource for art enthusiasts and collectors, with information about over 500.000 international artists, and featuring over 2 million works of art sold or upcoming at auction.
                                                                            9. Artpool, publisher : Artpool <Budapest>, abstract: Artpool is a non profit alternative art institution in Hungary. The main focus of research of Artpool are: Fluxus, performance, visual poetry, sound poetry, concept art, mail art, artists´ stamps, artists´ bookwork, video, electronic art, and multimedia. provides information about recent activities, events, publications and main researches of the Institution.
                                                                            10. Atlanta, High Museum of Art, abstract: High Museum of Art's collections consist of more than 12,000 pieces and include 19th and 20th century American and decorative art, significant European pieces, modern and contemporary art, photography, African art and folk art. The heart of the African Art collection are sculptures from west and central Africa created between 1850 and 1950. Turning spotlight on Yoruba art, including masks, figurative sculpture, beadwork, metalwork and ceramic arts. The American art collection at the High includes significant works by renowned 19th and 20th century American artists. The High's decorative arts and design collection is the most comprehensive survey of American decorative arts in the Southeastern United States with more than 2,000 objects dating from 1640 to the present. Additionally there is a Collection of English Ceramics from 1640 to 1840. From Renaissance and Baroque to 19th century French impressionism, the High's European collection reflects important paintings and sculptures from that continent. The photography collection features more than 4,000 prints, with notable examples of every photographic genre and process as well as many of the masters in the field. It's unique strength is in American photography including the nation's most comprehensive collection of Civil Rights Era photography.
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