We'll put up more history of art resources as we find them- if you know of any, please tweet at us!
The brilliant museum is digitising its collections with an initial target of making 250,000 objects available online by 2020 - keep an eye out for new additions!
210 activities have been written by subject experts to provide resources for you to use as extended project ideas, contexts for your A-level studies, insight into higher-level study or simply
Rekrei is a website that keeps lost cultural heritage alive through digitilsations of them, ready for you to explore!
A vast online catalogue of free texts where the focus is on older, significant works where the copyright has expired - includes art and architecture!
A really accessible website that offers short video clips on a wide range of art, from ancient Egypt and Greece to modernism.
Initially a radio programme, and now available as a book too, A History of the World in 100 Objects is a searchable archive of objects from the British Museum which tell the history of our world.
Aeon Magazine publishes essays, articles and videos daily. It asks provoking questions about science, philosophy and society.
The Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History maps the artwork of different culture onto very useful timelines and maps.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has links to books and articles from the last 50 years, many of which are freely available online.
Are you reading a Victorian novel for English or studying the Victorian period in History? Get yourself straight onto The Victorian Web!