The Met Makes 400,000 Hi-Res Images Available for Download for Free!

Albrech Durer, "Adam & Eve" courtesy of the Met

Albrech Durer, “Adam & Eve” courtesy of the Met

Courtesy of Gizmodo, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has recently made more than 400,000 of its image database available for download entirely for free! You can browse the online collection here. This is a great boon for art lovers, educators, and students of art history!

 

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3 thoughts on “The Met Makes 400,000 Hi-Res Images Available for Download for Free!

  1. Jerry Eddy

    Here is a link to over 400,000 free images of the Metropolitan Museum of Art that might be appropriate. Maybe it is more appropriate for a student team assignment to go through and select images to match subject matter of the week.

    ~Jerry

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