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Rodin and Michelangelo/The Hands of Rodin - The Rodin and Michalengelo exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art adds bells and whistles to the standard online museum tour. Just make sure you have a frames-capable browser to take advantage of this nicely packaged site.

Romanov Jewels Exhibition

Splendors of Ancient Egypt

Art Now Gallery Collection of guides to art events in cities around the world. Updated monthly.

The Louvre The most famous art museum in the world is now on the World Wide Web.
National Museum of American Art Enjoy viewing and reading about almost 1000 works of art.
WebMuseum, Paris The ever-expanding WebMuseum network is now welcoming 200,000 visitors every week, delivering over 10 million documents.
New York Museum of Modern Art This most famous American Art Museum is on the Web!
Philadelphia Museum of Art This museum was famous for its collection long before Rocky ran up its steps. They currently have a travelling Cezanne exhibit.
Metropolitan Museum of Art

National Art Gallery
The National Museum of Women in the Arts
The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art & Design
Fine Art Museum of San Francisco
Andy Warhol Museum
Art Institute of Chicago
Artnoir Showcase
Cleveland Museum of Art
Dallas Museum of Art
Durban Art Gallery - a selection of works from the gallery's permanent collection, representing both South African and European artists.
Heard Museum - Native American and Southwest material, both contemporary and historical.
Istanbul Museum of Paintings and Sculpture
Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
Museum of Fine Arts - Boston
National Gallery in Prague
National Palace Museum, Taiwan, R.O.C. - contains the world's largest collection of Chinese arts and treasures.
Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
Quebec Museum
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Teylers Museum - the oldest public museum in the Netherlands with diverse collections of art and scientific objects.
Tokugawa Art Museum - national treasures from Japan's pre-modern period.
Uffizi Gallery - showcases Renaissance art, located in Florence, Italy, and featuring famous works of da Vinci, Bottecelli, Michaelanglo, and more.

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