Selected websites of interest for Art, Canadian art, and links to art educational institutions and galleries or museums.
Online encyclopedia to browse art movements or artists by name, medium, subject, nationality, or women artists. Read about Artcyclopedia.
The first art newspaper on the net, founded by Ignacio Villarreal in 1996. Provides news of the global art world, updated daily.
Website for educational use on technical fundamentals of perspective, shading, color and painting, designed by Ralph Larmann, art faculty member at University of Evansville.
Website derived from the teaching and passion for color of Jill Morton, professor of color theory at the School of Architecture, University of Hawaii. A wealth of resource material under tabs relating to color and symbolism, design, marketing, the body, vision, science, plus valuable web links.
An online art community where students can share work, chat with others, get critiques, and sell work.
Founded in 2000, iStock is a crowd-sourced stock industry and primary source for user-generated stock photos, vectors and illustrations and video clips. A platform for artists to distribute images and make a living through their art. See also Morguefile.
World's No. 1 museum on social media. Features contemporary artists with exhibition links for past 30 years.
Canadian Museum of History (formerly Canadian Museum of Civilization)
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal)
V&A (Victoria & Albert Museum)