National Gallery of Art launches new image resource with open access policy

Public and educational access to the National Gallery of Art’s collection just got a whole lot easier – all of its images believed to be in the public domain are now available for educational use, publication, and “personal enrichment”.  NGA Images contains more than 20,000 open access images, searchable and browsable through a very clean interface.   Users can save images to a “lightbox”, download a teaching size image (1200 pixels) or download a publication-quality image (after signing in and reading the use agreement) free of charge for any use.  The open access policy is available to read here.

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