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A while back I had written a post about Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum and their open access policy that allows unrestricted use of any images from its digitized artworks in the public domain. The Metropolitan Museum of Art has just joined the movement. Now, anyone can download images directly from the Met’s website and can use them however they want. That’s over 375,000 images from the Met’s collection, a big chunk of the 1.5 million works in their archive. An additional 65,000 artworks have been digitized, but are not in the public domain.

A few favorites:

1.) Floyd and Lucille Burroughs on Porch, Hale County, Alabama
Walker Evans, 1936

2.) Mt. Katahdin (Maine), Autumn #2
Marsden Hartley, 1939

3.) The Musicians

4.) Untitled (cowboy)
Richard Prince, 1989

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