Yale to Open Its Image Collections

Louis I. Kahn, Yale Center for British Art

Louis I. Kahn, Yale Center for British Art, 1969-1977, New Haven, Connecticut (Photo © Kathleen Cohen/WorldImages)

Yale University has announced its intention to open its digital image collections to all users over the Web. This will provide free access to works in its museums and libraries, which include the Yale University Art Gallery, Yale Center for British Art, Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, and Lewis Walpole Library. Read the press release here and a story about it here.

This follows a similar announcement by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, which I discussed in a post last month on VRC@UD.

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