|World War I Color Photos|
|World War I…. who would have thought there were original color photos of WWI? This site contains hundreds of photos taken by the French in the last two years of World War One.|
|Stiftung Gedenkstätten Buchenwald und Mittelbau-Dora|
|Das Archiv der Stiftung Gedenkstätten Buchenwald und Mittelbau-Dora verfügt als Ergebnis einer dreißigjährigen Sammlungstätigkeit über einen Bestand von ca. 10.000 historischen Fotografien. Damit ist es der älteste große Sammlungsbestand an einer deutschen KZ-Gedenkstätte.
Im Rahmen eines im August 2004 begonnenen und von der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) finanzierten Forschungsprojektes wurde dieser bislang nur in Teilen erfasste und weitgehend ungeordnete Bestand historiographisch umfassend erschlossen, nach dem Provenienzprinzip verzeichnet und digital inventarisiert.
|Welcome to Photomuse, a photographic resource for recreational scholarship|
|Thanks to the Internet and the World Wide Web, museums have an opportunity to serve audiences that do not have easy access to our buildings and collections. Photomuse.org is the online expression of the alliance of The International Center of Photography (ICP) and George Eastman House (GEH). While our museums each maintain websites supporting their respective programs and exhibits, ICP and Eastman House collaborate in building Photomuse to provide online resources for the study of an important cultural subject: photography at work in the world. We invite all students and scholars–be they academic or recreational–to use this site and to assist us in making this a useful and authoritative learning tool.|
The history of photography as seen through the Spira Collection
|The Spira Collection is extensive and wide-ranging but…has a clear, underlying rationale which raises it far above other collections and gives it an historic and academic integrity.
‘Photography has impacted our lives perhaps more than any other development in modern history. – S. F. Spira’http://www.spira.com/spira/home.nsf/LibraryHome?OpenPage
|The vast photography holdings of George Eastman House||VS|
|A steadily growing digital image sampler and browsing resource for the vast photography holdings of George Eastman House. Select any of the section headings to explore the items we have digitized to date.|
|Eadweard Muybridge’s Photography of Motion||VS|
|This site explores the famous photographs of animal and human locomotion that Muybridge made at the University of Pennsylvania between 1884 and 1887|
|Helios – Photography Online
Smithsonian American Art Museum
|Sections include: The First Century of American Photographs; Contemporary American Landscape Photographs; American Daguerreotypes; Photography Links.|
Photo Gallery for art photography collectors
|The American Museum of Photography||VS|
|The National Media Museum||Groot-Brittannië|
|Founded in 1983, the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television quickly became the most visited national museum outside London, attracting approximately 750,000 visitors each year.
A part of the National Museum of Science and Industry, the decision to locate the Museum in Bradford was driven by the city’s historic contribution to the development of cinema and film-making in the UK, and the desire to make the NMSI collection accessible to a wider audience.
The Museum’s renowned collection includes more than three million items of historical, social and cultural value. These include three key ‘firsts’: the world’s first negative, the earliest television footage and what is regarded as the world’s first example of moving pictures: Louis Le Prince’s 1888 film of Leeds Bridge. Alongside this you will find the Playschool toys, Europe’s first gallery dedicated to digital media, its longest-established IMAX cinema and the only publicly accessible Cinerama cinema in the world.http://www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/
|Art Museums Collecting Photography|
|The art museums featured in this section either collect photography or exhibit photography on a regular basis. When you visit them you will find major photography collections|