The Metropolitan Museum has made public the 375,000 digital images of art works

The Metropolitan Museum of art, one of the largest art museums in the world, made public the 375,000 digital images of art works from his collection. This step is a continuation of the initiative, the implementation of which the Museum began in 2014.

These patterns and photos may be freely used for both personal and commercial purposes (Creative Commons ‘CC0′). In addition, they can be edited and used as part of new works.

To search the collection you can use the website of Creative Commons.

Source: the Metropolitan Museum of art

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