Friday, June 22, 2012
Here are two galleries that have not only digitised parts of their collections but offered those digitisations under open licenses:
Dujardin, Boy blowing soap bubbles (1663), Statens Museum for Kunst/National Gallery of Denmark, www.smk.dk.
The National Gallery of Art doesn't go into such depth about each image, but it makes up for it in volume with more than 20,000 images available under their own open access policy. Some of these are highlighted in special collections - and you can gather your favourites in your own "lightbox".