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  • African Art:Aesthetics and Meaning An electronic exhibition catalog for an exhibit held at the Bayly Art Museum at the University of Virginia in 1993.

  • Age of Enlightenment in the Paintings of France's National Museums A panorama of XVIIIth-century French painting is presented in this exhibition through the works of one hundred selected artists. In addition to the pictorial world, the history, music, literature and science of the period are recalled in the background to these occasionally little-known works from eighteen museums all over France.

  • The American Museum of Photography is "A Museum Without Walls... for an Art Without Boundaries." Based on a privately-held collection of more than five thousand photographs, this virtual Museum has been honored with awards from Netscape, Yahoo! , USA Today and others. It is a Yahoo! "Pick of the Year."

  • The paintings in Ancestry: Religion, Death and Culture a Master of Fine Arts Show, Spring 1994 University of California, San Diego by Belinda Di Leo document her native culture of Central Appalachia. The work portrays a sense of place and character, as well as spiritual conviction, all reinforced by a repetition of visual imagery. Through the juxtaposition of a variety of images, the paintings explore the interrelationship between religion and the inevitability of death.

  • Apparitions is a virtual environment and physical installation that is being shown at the UC San Diego University Art Gallery in La Jolla, California from September 23 through October 30, 1994. This Web site contains text, images and sound files that describe and document the project.

  • Art Crimes is a gallery of grafitti art from various cities. It's called "Art Crimes" because in most places, painting grafitti is illegal. Many of these pieces no longer exist in the real world.

  • EXPO, a central point of departure for hypermedia exhibits on the Internet, including Library of Congress exhibits.

  • Hollywood Archaeology Website a huge site, with five separate subsections. One traces the fascinating life and career of wrestler/movie heavy Mike Mazurki. The text is by conceptual artist Lowell Darling, the design by Jim Newman. The slide show section includes forty examples of film found in the streets of Hollywood by Darling in the early '70s. Very surprising and stunning images.

  • Index of American Design The Index of American Design consists of approximately 18,000 watercolor renderings of American decorative arts objects from the colonial period through the nineteenth century. Produced between 1935 and 1942, this visual archive reflects the expanding interest in American material culture that began to emerge at that time.

  • The Library of Congress Exhibitions continuously adds new exhibits to their site. Check the hundreds of subjects contained under All Exhibitions.

  • Rosen Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition is a national juried competition presented annually by the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts on the campus of Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. Each year, ten sculptures are selected for exhibition, and are situated in outdoor, public settings across campus and shown on-line as well.

  • A hypermedia research archive, The Complete Writings and Pictures of Dante Gabriel Rossetti: A Hypermedia Research Archive is a hypermedia environment for studying the works of the Pre-Raphaelite poet and painter D. G. Rossetti (1828-1882). The archive is a structured database holding digitized images of Rossetti's works in their original documentary forms. Rossetti's poetical manuscripts, early printed texts - including proofs and first editions - as well as his drawings and paintings are stored in the archive, in full color as needed. The materials are marked up for electronic search and analysis, and they are supplied with full scholarly annotations and notes.

  • Silverhawk International Fine Crafts Exhibit includes a guide to exhibiting artists. Competition information and links to the artist/craftsmen by category; architectural ceramics, ceramics, jewelry, enamel, glass, fiber and mixed media.

  • The Stuart Collection of Sculpture at the University of California, San Diego seeks to enrich the cultural, intellectual, and scholarly life of the UCSD campus and of the San Diego community by building and maintaining a unique collection of site-specific works by leading artists of our time.

  • The Virtual Ceramics Exhibit is an exhibition of contemporary ceramics which exists solely on the Internet. This exhibit has been conceived to utilize the World Wide Web as a means for ceramists to exhibit their work in a juried competition.

  • White House Collection of American Crafts includes much ancillary material about the artists, including audio and video resources.

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