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The Art Museum is the finest art collection ever assembled between two covers. This revolutionary and unprecedented virtual art museum in a book, features 1,000 oversized pages of over 2,500 works of art. It is the most comprehensive and visually spectacular history of world art ever published. Ten years in the making, this unique book was created with a global team of 100 specialists in art history, who have collected together important works as they might be displayed in the ideal museum…

Art Museum by Frederick M Asher, Lisa Beaven

Google Art Project - virtual field trips to art museums across the world

Google Art Project: Virtual Museum Trips to Art Museums

Virtual Museum Trips to Art Museums around the World. Visit 150 museum collections in 40 countries - walk through the galleries, or examine art extremely close-up!

In the Art Hunt lesson, which uses the Art Authority app, students ages 5 to 10 learn the elements of art, demonstrating their understanding through drawing. They start with a scavenger hunt through 1000+ major artists, looking for paintings that showcase line, color, shape, value, texture, and space within a virtual museum of classic art. Once identified, they illustrate key elements in a drawing of the word “art.” For more lesson ideas, download this free book: http://apple.co/ArtAuthority

In the Art Hunt lesson, which uses the Art Authority app, students ages 5 to 10 learn the elements of art, demonstrating their understanding through drawing.

A student flat of only 10 square meters is currently exhibited at the Virserum Art Museum in the county Småland, Sweden.

Who wants a tree house over this. A student flat of only 10 square meters is currently exhibited at the Virserum Art Museum in the county Småland, Sweden.

10 Virtual Tours of Art Museums Around the World

10 Virtual Tours of Art Museums Around the World, art history, art appreciation

There’s a revolution afoot inside museums as technology—in the form of cheaper screens, miniaturized mechanics and increased computing power—sparks experiments in exhibit design. From virtual reality to 4-D films, here’s what to expect.

A Look at the Museum of the Future

There’s a revolution afoot inside museums as technology—in the form of cheaper screens, miniaturized mechanics and increased computing power—sparks experiments in exhibit design. From virtual reality to films, here’s what to expect.

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