If, like me, you are often looking for public domain images to use in museum graphics or other design projects, Artvee is a great online resource to explore.
Artvee is a website that allows users to browse and download high-resolution, public domain artworks. The images are drawn from a worldwide variety of museums and other cultural institutions, like the New York Public Library.
Although you can freely search Artvee, the website also has created categories and collections of images, including, Book Illustrations, Mythology, and Artists, among many others.
I've sprinkled a few downloaded images from Artvee throughout this post, but you should check out the website yourself and bookmark it for future projects!
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