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Browsing online catalogs should be an exciting way of discovering museum collections, yet I have the feeling that even among museum lovers and professionals this might not be the favorite past-time. And I easily get tired when venturing out on … Continue reading
What I first liked about this collection website is the richness in contextual information, which is so much more than the usual “tombstone information” (provenience, date, measurements, etc.) found on most online catalogs. Here each object record has the name … Continue reading