The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore currently offers one third of its collection — over 10,000 works — in digital form and without copyright restrictions when used for educational purposes. The high resolution images are perfect for PowerPoint presentations or you can “explore” an object in detail with the site’s zoom feature. In addition, many entries include valuable research information, such as provenance, conservation, or exhibition history.
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