Highlighting Scholars Resource's Vendors

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Highlighting Scholars Resources' vendors: ARCHIVISION
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Title: Highlighting Scholars Resources' vendors: ARCHIVISION
Description: Traveling the world in search of inspiration, Scott Gilchrist documents architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning and public art through the eyes of an architect and artist. His finely tuned eye captures art history’s iconic buildings--as well as those that are simply interesting—from Toronto and Montreal to Moscow, from North Africa to Beijing and Washington and presents them with rich, accurate data to educators and visual image professionals. Special collections on architectural elements, plans, drawings and topographical views help us to understand technique, design, cultures and the many building materials used over time. Scholars Resource now includes images from all modules through number 10, bringing the total number of images to 78,000. See the extensive collection at www.scholarsresource.com/browse/advanced_search, then click on Vendor and Archivision.
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Highlighting Scholars Resources' vendors: BRIDGEMAN EDUCATION
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Title: Highlighting Scholars Resources' vendors: BRIDGEMAN EDUCATION
Description: Bridgeman Education is an educational image resource available through the Bridgeman Art Library. Bridgeman was originally founded over 40 years ago by Harriet Bridgeman. In her work writing and editing art books Harriet discovered the difficulty in accessing illustrations of works of art other than by contacting museums directly. She developed the Bridgeman Art Library so that users could access thousands of images; at the same time providing extra income for the museums and collections represented. Representing collections from all four corners of the globe and with international offices in London, New York, Paris and Berlin, Bridgeman has become the world's largest resource for fine art, cultural and historical imagery available for licensing. Images available through Bridgeman Education include, among others, works from the prestigious Giraudon archive. Bridgeman Education covers all subjects and genres, from prehistory to old masters to contemporary works. Scholars Resource is proud to offer over 30,000 images from Bridgeman Education.
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Highlighting Scholars Resources' Vendors: CANYONLIGHTS
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Title: Highlighting Scholars Resources' Vendors: CANYONLIGHTS
Description: Canyonlights' Dr. Susan Silberberg-Peirce has been photographing the ancient and natural worlds for thirty years. Her images, utilized in teaching and research institutions worldwide, have been published in professional books and journals. Her fine art photographs have been exhibited and are included in public and private collections worldwide. Susan attended UCLA where she studied art and art history, receiving her Ph.D. in Greek and Roman art. Throughout her years as a student and instructor, she was interested in photography and utilized her own images in the classroom and for publication. She taught art history for eighteen years at universities in Arizona and Colorado and in both places, photographed architecture, archaeological sites and the natural world. She received various grants and fellowships during her years as a professor that allowed her to travel and document historic architecture and ancient sites abroad and in the American Southwest. Canyonlights World Art Image Bank grew out of the collections of slides taken during this period. Her experience working at the Photo Archives of the Getty Center for the Arts and Humanities helped her to organize her own archive that today supplies images to scholars, libraries and universities worldwide.
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Highlighting Scholars Resources' Vendors: DAVIS ART IMAGES
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Title: Highlighting Scholars Resources' Vendors: DAVIS ART IMAGES
Description: Davis Publications, one of the most respected names in art education, is a family-owned business, and has actively supported and advocated for the arts for more than 100 years. The company mission is to support visual arts education and continuing professional development. Throughout its history, Davis has partnered with leading art educators and artists; to this end Davis bought Rosenthal Art Slides in 1995. Since that time much has changed in the way fine art digital images are used in education. Keeping up with these changes, Rosenthal Art Slides is now the Fine Arts Images division of Davis Publications, licensing fine art digital images for education. Working with original photography, contributors to the slide collection, and new museum contributors, Davis continues its commitment to providing the highest quality images possible for art education. Davis Publications is the only publisher dedicated solely to art education, and is the publisher of SchoolArts, the longest continually-published art education magazine in the US, first published in 1901. As a subsidiary of Davis Publications, Davis Art Images is able to provide resources that support the arts in education across curriculum. The 9,150 Davis images represent the largest component of modern art in Scholars Resource.
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Highlighting Scholars Resources' Vendors: MAX FERGUSON and KEN GARRETT
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Title: Highlighting Scholars Resources' Vendors: MAX FERGUSON and KEN GARRETT
Description: SR highlights two vendors: Max Ferguson, a painter, and Kenneth Garrett, a photographer. These two very different artists each has his own very personal style and interests. Ferguson graduated from New York University with a degree in film, but his interest switched from film to painting after studying art in Amsterdam at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. His paintings, largely of his native New York City, capture intimate moments and disappearing ethnic scenes in his exacting, polished technique. Ken Garrett studied photography in his late teens at the university of Missouri and went on to study anthropology at the University of Virginia. He combines his two loves of photography and archaeology in his stunning photographs of ancient civilizations and artifacts, exemplified by his work for National Geographic Magazine. In his work he approaches each artifact, monument, and temple from every angle until it speaks to him, as his images of Egyptian artifacts speak to us here. This set presents a sampling of fifty Ferguson paintings and fifty Garrett photographs.
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Highlighting Scholars Resource's Vendors: HARTILL ART ASSOCIATES
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Title: Highlighting Scholars Resource's Vendors: HARTILL ART ASSOCIATES
Description: Hartill Art Associates--founded in 1977 by Alec and Marlene Hartill--has built a solid foundation of architecture photography with emphasis on Roman, Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance sites. Used world-wide and incorporated into the National Gallery of Canada, Hartill Art images have appeared in numerous publications and teaching sets from major publishers. Since going their separate ways, Alec has concentrated on contemporary architecture and continues to add to his Scholars Resource's presence from his extensive archive. (Please note: Each site offers additional views.)
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Highlighting Scholars Resource's vendors: Dr. James B. KIRACOFE
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Title: Highlighting Scholars Resource's vendors: Dr. James B. KIRACOFE
Description: Globe-trotting to far and remote places of the earth, Dr. James B. Kiracofe brings us documentation of Islamic architecture, Roman sites in North African (difficult to reach even years ago), rural and urban views that help us understand the culture and history of places many of us only dream of. A creative mason and trained art historian, Dr. Kiracofe approaches photography from a unique perspective. His travels are on-going. Scholars Resource is pleased to expand his extensive coverage soon, complete with expertly researched metadata.
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Highlighting Scholars Resource's Vendors: THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART
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Title: Highlighting Scholars Resource's Vendors: THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART
Description: Established in 1870, the Metropolitan Museum's Mission statement includes: "..... to collect, preserve, study, exhibit, and stimulate appreciation for and advance knowledge of works of art that collectively represent the broadest spectrum of human achievement at the highest level of quality, all in the service of the public and in accordance with the highest professional standards." Scholars Resource offers a wide selection of images from all departments of the museums: European Painting, Sculpture, Fashion, Minor Arts, Photography, Asian Art and African Art. Selected for this vendor highlight are images of works of art that support the mission statement most clearly: to "...stimulate appreciation for and advance knowledge..." and our endeavor to look deeper into the artist's oeuvre.
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Highlighting Scholars Resources' Vendors: MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS BOSTON
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Title: Highlighting Scholars Resources' Vendors: MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS BOSTON
Description: The original Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, opened its doors to the public in 1876 in Copley Square, housing 5,600 works of art. In 1909 it moved to its current home on Huntington Avenue and is now one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world. The Museum's ultimate aim is to encourage inquiry and to heighten public understanding and appreciation of the visual world. Scholars Resource offers a wide selection of images from all departments of the museum: Art of the Ancient World, European Art, Africa and Oceania, and a rich collection of Asian Art which is among the finest in the western world.
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2016 SASKIA Poster
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Title: 2016 SASKIA Poster
Description:
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