Graphics References

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These are the few of the graphics and illustration sources we’ve found useful. Please let us know if there’s a site you’d like to add, or if you find a dead link.

The Artist’s Magazine is the top resource for Artists. Get news impacting today’s Artist and tips from top Artists.

WaterColor Artists love the watercolor tips and tricks from the leading watercolor magazine, formerly watercolor magic.

Pastel artists across the world love the Pastel Journal, America’s leading pastel magazine.

The Graphic Artists Guild promotes and protects the economic interest of its members. It is committed to improving conditions for all creators of graphic art and raising standards for the entire industry.

Designer Today is a graphic design magazine that is published twice a month, covers product reviews, news, trends and tutorials for the graphic design industry, graphic design jobs, for graphic designers.

The object of the Society of Illustrators is to promote generally the art of illustration and to hold exhibitions from time to time.

Imagine Publishing’sCorel Painter Official Magazine – Learn to paint digitally today!

The Metropolitan Museum of Art features information on upcoming museum events, fine art exhibits, special exhibitions, the Met collection and art galleries online.

Olga’s Gallery– One of the largest online painting museums. New exhibits weekly. Biographies and main works of famous artists. Excellent quality of reproductions. Historical comments.

Through online exhibits, free games, and images, the Virtual Museum of Canada brings together art, culture, and heritage from Canadian museums.

The Web Gallery of Art is a virtual museum and searchable database of European painting and sculpture of the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassicism and Romanticism periods (1100-1850), currently containing over 20.300 reproductions. Picture commentaries, artist biographies are available. Guided tours, period music, downloadable catalogue, free postcard and other services are provided.

The Oriental Institute Virtual Museum makes use of a series of Apple QuickTime VR panoramic movies to take you on an alcove by alcove tour of each of the Museum’s galleries, accompanied by descriptions of each alcove and their artifacts.

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