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The Archivision Research Library is currently a collection of 87,000 high quality, professional images with extensive metadata. It is intended to be a diverse, rich and extensive image resource for students and faculty in architecture, urban design, landscape architecture, archeology, art and art history. For complete information about this Research Library please see: http://www.archivision.com/educational/about_library.html For hosting options please see: http://www.archivision.com/educational/access_options.html
The Archivison MDID Demo is intended for evaluation purposes ONLY. Should you be interested in licensing content please visit http://www.archivision.com/educational/about_library.html. Any duplication of Archivision images or data without prior consent is strictly prohibited.
Sub-collections: Archivision Art Module A, Archivision Art Module B, Archivision Module 11, Archivision Module 12
Archivision Art Module A
Archivision's Adjunct Module A: Italian Art is a module of 3,000 professional images (now up to 6000 pixels long side) that covers a wide range of art in Italy, from Ancient Roman frescoes, mosaics and sculpture to masterworks—paintings and sculpture—from the Medieval to Baroque periods. The collection covers 20 museums and sites in Florence, Naples and Rome, all made in situ 2015. Where possible extensive details were taken which are not available from other sources. This collection is pulled from over 22,000 photographs taken during the summer of 2015 with many more works following in Adjunct Module B: Italian Art (another 3,000 photos) to be published winter 2017.