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Arts and Entertainment

LACMA's Digital Museum Of Art Treasures

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Now you can spend the night at the museum any old time you want with LACMA's collection of unrestricted, public domain, high resolution images. "From ancient sculpture to Impressionist masters, from scroll paintings to Mesoamerican pottery, we hope these works of art will inform and inspire," says the image library website.

To see even more from LACMA's collection of 100,000+ objects, the art-obsessed can search the main collection database as well. Photos not listed in the image library may be requested online.

LACMA Image Library currently offers material in the following areas:

American Art
Art of the Ancient Americas
Art of the Ancient Near East
Art of the Pacific
Chinese and Korean Art
Costume and Textiles
Decorative Arts and Design
Egyptian Art
European Painting and Sculpture
Greek and Roman
Islamic Art
Japanese Art
Latin American Art
Modern Art
Photography
Prints and Drawings
South and Southeast Asian Art