Art Museums: Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center Digitizes Collection for Online Database
From the Stanford Report:
Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center has completed a 6-year project to make its collection accessible online. Students, faculty, scholars and the general public can now visit the museum’s website, type in a title, artist, theme or other search criteria, and see high-quality digital images of the majority of the 45,000-plus objects in the collection.
Direct to Cantor Arts Center Collection Search
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