Yale Center For British Art—Data Source Description
How to get involved with Coding Dürer
The Yale Center For British Art has been sharing high-resolution images of its collection objects in the public domain since Yale University adopted its Open Access Policy in 2011, and today about 71,000 such images are available for download free of charge, including for commercial usage.
Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg—Data Source Description
We would like to have as many people involved in Coding Dürer as possible. Here is how you can be part of it.
Nationalmuseum Sweden—Data Source Description
With approximately 500,000 objects from 4,000 years of human history, the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (MKG) is one of Europe’s most important museums of art and design.
Get #InspiredbyEuropeana at Coding Dürer
The digitised collections of the Nationalmuseum Sweden are largely accessible via Europeana.eu where artworks that no longer are protected by copyright are licensed with CC BY SA or marked Public Domain.
RKD-Netherlands Institute for Art History—Data Source Description
Are you one of the art historians and data-scientists taking part in the Coding Dürer hackathon? Do you want to know what Europeana offers for research?
Albertina, Vienna—Data Source Description
The RKD is a renowned documentation and research institute. As a knowledge institute we work in collaboration with museums, heritage institutes, universities and private institutes.
DAC Open Access Images—Data Source Description
The Albertina safeguards one of the most important and extensive graphic art collections in the world. It comprises around 50,000 drawings and watercolours, as well as some 900,000 graphic art works, ranging from the Late Gothic era to the present.
Mapping Titian—Data Source Description
The Davison Art Center (DAC) at Wesleyan University in Connecticut holds more than 25,000 works on paper, chiefly prints and photographs. Each DAC Open Access Image is provided for free public download and use in two versions: a publication-quality TIFF (4,096 pixels long dimension) and a presentation-ready JPEG (1,024 pixels).
Europeana—Data Source Description
Mapping Titian allows to visualize one of the most fundamental concerns of the discipline of Art History: the interrelationship between an artwork and its changing historical context. Focusing on the paintings by Titian , this site offers a searchable provenance index of his attributed pictures and allows users to create customizable collections of paintings and customizable maps that show the movement of the pictures over time and space with the application of various filters.
Europeana is Europe’s digital platform for cultural heritage, providing online access to over 54 million digitised items (from books, photos, and paintings to television broadcasts and 3D objects) from over 3500 cultural institutions across Europe in 31 languages. 20.8m records allow free reuse. In Europeana Art, our dedicated thematic collection for art and art history, […]