Art gallery and association listings, with an updated calendar of events.
ART LOSS REGISTER
The Art Loss Register is a permanent computerised database of stolen and missing works of art, antiques and valuables, operating on an international basis to assist law enforcement agencies in the battle against art theft. If you have had any artwork/antiques stolen, log them with the Art Loss Register by filling out an Art Theft Report Form.
APPRAISERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
Extensive searchable database by geographical location and specialty.
COMMISSION FOR LOOTED ART
The Commission for Looted Art in Europe (CLAE) is the expert representative body in Europe dealing with all matters relating to Nazi looted art and other cultural property. It helps families, communities and institutions worldwide with research, identification and recovery of looted cultural property.
CLAE is an independent, non profit-making body which is mandated to represent the European Council of Jewish Communities (ECJC) and the Conference of European Rabbis (CER). The Central Registry of Information was set up by CLAE in 2001 as an international database of research on all cultural objects seized by the Nazis.
FINE ART MUSEUMS OF SAN FRANCISCO
Extensive imagebase of over 60,000 works of art: Old Master and modern and fine prints, drawings, watercolors and paintings; suberb collection of Japanese woodblock prints.
THE IMPRESSED IMAGE
Excellent British website containing Steve Marson's original prints, a gallery with other artist's prints, listings of print events and links to other print sites.
THE INTERNATIONAL FINE PRINT DEALERS ASSOCIATION
If you are looking for fine prints, contact the members of this organization dedicated to maintaining high standards of authenticity and accuracy in the art world. Sponsor of FinePrint Fairs on the east and west coasts.
MAINE ANTIQUE DIGEST
The Magazine about the Marketplace for Americana
MUSEUM OF BAD ART
"Art too bad to be ignored." A humorous look at the uncut edge of art trends.
THE NEW YORK SOCIETY OF ETCHERS
THE NEW YORK SOCIETY OF ETCHERS, INC. is an artist-run print maker organization serving New York based artists. Modeled after the New York Etchers Club founded in 1877, the Society was founded in 1998, to provide exhibition venues for print makers, and in particular intaglio specialists, in New York. Some 350 printmakers organize shows in New York, as well as host exchange exhibitions with societies from other cities and countries.
An excellent website that features the work of traditional and contemporary Philippine artists.
A new website with historical and biographical information about the member artists, as well as selected images.
If you have queries or comments about prints, join the discussion group hosted by the Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas.
SNOW LION PUBLICATIONS.
The Snow Lion website and store is dedicated to the preservation of Tibetan Buddhism and culture, offering over 2000 items, in addition to Dharma and political news, searchable events calendar, Dharma center directory, links and free software.
SOCIETY OF AMERICAN GRAPHIC ARTISTS (SAGA)
Society of American Graphic Artists (SAGA) is a non-profit organization of
printmakers founded in 1915 as the Brooklyn Society of Etchers. SAGA is
seeking original articles about prints and printmaking to
publish at this site.
A humorous commentary on the art world by such luminaries as Vincent van Gui, Henri de Toulouse-LaTech and Pablo PigCasso. Aspiring webmasters should study TLC Systems for hints on what to do and what not to do in web design: Zen and the Art of Web Sites and The Tao of Web Sites.
UKIYO-E. THE PICTURES OF THE FLOATING WORLD
Hans Olof Johansson has compiled a definitive website for Japanese prints. He includes an online gallery, a catalogue of Japanese woodblock prints on the internet, and links to other ukiyo-e sites.