More high res images available for academic publishing

More and more museums and archives are making high resolution images of public domain works available online, and free, for academic publishing.  The first to do this was the Metropolitan Museum, which now has thousands of Images for Academic Publishing (IAP) available through ARTstor.  Other museums that have followed suit with selections from their collections are:

We will add links to others as they are announced. (Note – the image at right (Portrait of Jean-Pierre Delahaye, by Jacques-Louis David, 1815) came from LACMA, and downloaded at 10mb – big and beautiful!)

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