It’s a good day to be a art history nerd. The Metropolitan Museum of has digitized and released a collection of about 400,000 pieces in its collection available to use for public domain. This means, we can now take a long, good hard look at pieces by art masters such as Rembrandt, Picasso, Manet and Warhol. You can now zoom in and check out some of the details and the intricacy of the pieces, so you can analyze and be inspired by the beauty of these classic pieces. The Met aims to digitize most of it’s collection, letting us take a peek and fall in love with these pieces. All for free!
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