LACMA website now offers downloadable images

Hendrick de Keyser, Bust of A Crying Child, c. 1615, bronze with traces of silver (#(M.84.37)The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has retooled their online collection to include nearly 20,000 high-resolution images of artworks it “believes to be in the public domain”.  Those images known to be otherwise protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights must be requested. For more information on using of LACMA’s digital images, consult the museum’s Terms of Use.

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