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Walter Gropius, Bauhaus, 1925-1926, Dessau, Germany. (Photograph provided by Art Images for College Teaching/Allan T. Kohl)
Mother of All Art and Art History Links Pages, University of Michigan
Research Guide to Art History, University of Delaware Library
Art Images for College Teaching
Digital Public Library of America
Google Arts and Culture
Guide to Open Digital Image Collections, Visual Resources Center, University of Delaware
Image Sources and Rights Clearance Agencies, College Art Association
Research Guide to Art History: Images, University of Delaware Library
Web Gallery of Art
Cataloging Cultural Objects
Library of Congress
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