National Portrait Gallery (Canberra)
Holbein in England - a 2007 exhibition at the Tate Gallery.
Podcast: Henry VIII, after Hans Holbein, from the National Museums Liverpool.
William Hogarth and 18th century print culture - has a section on physiognomy
Ddigital image of the painting 'Las Meninas' (1656) by Diego Velázquez (1599-1660), and an accompanying critique by the art historian Kenneth Clark, taken from Clark's book 'Looking at Pictures'
InfoGoya96: an initiative of the University of Zaragoza
Goya's last works from the Frick Collection
Art Project (Google)
Explore museums from around the world, discover and view hundreds of artworks at incredible zoom levels, and even create and share your own collection of masterpieces.
Art Images for College Teaching (AICT)
Metropolitan Museum of Art ........and its exhibitions In Miniature, and
Age of Rembrandt: Dutch paintings in the Metropolitam Museum of Art
National Gallery of Art, Washington
National Gallery, London
Royal Academy of Arts
Yale University Art Gallery
Museum of fine Arts, Boston - European Paintings
Age of Enlightenment in thepaintings of France's National Museums
Lewis Walpole Library Digital Images Collection presents images of visual materials from Yale University Library's collection.
The majority of the Library's world-renowned collection of English caricatures and political satirical prints from the late-seventeenth through the mid-nineteenth centuries are presented in the Digital Images Collection,
including works by Gillray, Rowlandson, Hogarth, Woodward, Cruikshank, Bunbury, and Newton, among others.
Intute: visual arts is a searchable catalogue of Internet resources that have been carefully selected and catalogued.
A portrait painting or drawing depicts the image of a particular person or animal, or group thereof. The subject of a portrait is usually called a "sitter", because traditionally people would sit in front of the artist to have their portrait painted. Nowadays, of course, artists can work from a photograph, so not everyone has to "sit" for a portrait...
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