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AP Art History Links

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Advanced Placement Art History instructor Betsy Sanders recommends the links below as particularly appropriate to this subject. 

  • AsianArt.Com - "For 35 years the Asian Art Museum has served as one of San Francisco's premier arts institutions, offering visitors groundbreaking exhibitions, fascinating cultural programs, and innovative educational opportunities. At the museum's core is a permanent collection of over 12,000 objects, spanning 6,000 years of history and representing the countries and cultures throughout Asia."

  • The International Dunhuang Project - "The International Dunhuang Project (IDP) was established in 1993 following a meeting of conservators from all over the world to promote the study and preservation of manuscripts and printed documents from Dunhuang and other Central Asian sites through international co-operation. The secretariat is at The British Library in the Oriental and India Office Collections."

  • World Art Treasures - "The principal purpose of World Art Treasures is to promulgate the discovery and love of art. Thanks to the 100,000 slides belonging to the Jacques-Edouard Berger Foundation, all of them devoted to art, and including the main civilizations, such as Egypt, China, Japan, India, Europe, its purpose is to offer a different approach to art through Internet."

  • Art History Resources on the Web - An excellent, well-organized website from Sweet Briar College maintained created by Chris Witcombe.