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Images for Publication

Images for Academic Publishing (AIP)

Images for Academic Publishing (IAP) seeks to facilitate scholarship in the arts by reducing the costs associated with publishing images in academic journals and similar publications.

Corbis

Corbis has a collection of more than 100 million images for sale.

 

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Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum makes its digital collection of 125,000 masterpieces free to all

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Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum makes its digital collection of 125,000 masterpieces free to all

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The Getty Research Institute has just added more than 77,000 high-resolution images to the Open Content Program.
ARTstor and The National Gallery agree to share images of every painting in the museum's permanent collection.
Digital Public Library of America A wealth of knowledge from libraries, archives, museums.                                  


                                           

 

Collectively Shared Resources

Shared Shelf Commons 

A free, open-access library of images. Search and browse collections with tools to zoom, print, export, and share images.

Wikimedia Commons

A database of freely usable audio, image and video files.

Flickr: Creative Commons

The Commons has two goals; to increase access to publicly-held photography collections, and provide a way for the general public to contribute information and knowledge.

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