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The Internet includes a rich offering of art sites, and I list some of my personal favorites below. These include sites that nourish my love of art history and several artists whose works inspire me.  Since I am fortunate to live in New York, I include a few galleries I particularly enjoy here in the city.
                        
~ Jill-Ann

 

    Art History:

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University of Michigan Museum of Art. Several links for art history:
   http://www.umich.edu

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A Fabulous Art World Source: 

                 http://accessarts.net
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Art History Network:
  http://www.ArtHistory.net

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A comprehensive index of many museums, artists, and images:
  http://www.Artcylopedia.com

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The Morgan Library's excellent website:
   http://www.MorganLibrary.org

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The Museum of American Illustration:
  http://www.SocietyIllustrators.org

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The American Society of Classical Realism:
 
 http://www.ClassicalRealism.com

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The Artist Bluebook: Extensive Information about American Artists:
 
 http://www.AskArt.com

    Galleries:

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Met is always
an inspiration and they have a wonderful website.
   http://www.MetMuseum.org

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History of Jewish art, from Bezalel to the 21st Century:
   http://www.JewishArtNetwork.com

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Sherry French's gallery highlighting American contemporary Realist Art:
   http://www.SherryFrenchGallery.com

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Richard R. Gandy Gallery of Realist Art:
   http://www.GandyNet.com

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A gallery freeing artists to focus on what they love to do, creating artwork:
   http://www.Yessy.com

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Igor's Art House:
   http://www.IgorsArtHouse.com

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"The Finest Collection of European Oil Paintings in America":
   http://www.European-ArtGallery.com

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This site is a favorite of Jill-Ann's:
  http://www.Art-Exchange.com 

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This non-for-profit site's sole purpose is to promote Original Art:
   http://www.All-Original-Art.com

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Have that special event photographed, and then turn it into a charming drawing:
   http://www.CoachPhotography.com

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