Open Data Collections
Controlled vocabulary of genre terms used by Artsy to describe and organize their materials. Includes a link to the public API which provides access to Artsy images in the public domain.
The museum provides a REST API with JSON-formatted data for all of their digital collection materials. 50,000 works from their collection are in the public domain or licensed by the museum as CC0, and images are provided of those works.
The Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) provides data exports and APIs to allow individual users and data providers to download, remix and reuse BHL content. This includes an extensive collection of scientific illustrations, sampled here.
Two metadata collections for the museums accessessioned collections and the Teenie Harris Archive. Available as CSV and JSON files, the dataset has a CC0 license, which does not extend to linked images for artworks.
Data is made available for over 63,000 works of art and images are made available for 34,000 works. Most data and images are licensed CC0, and the license is indicated in the API.
JSON HTTP API access to Prints and Photographs Online Catalog, which includes approximately 1.2 million images. Neither rights nor licenses are asserted in most cases, with users being responsible for determining if they have the right to reuse content.
Metadata collections on artworks and artists available under a CC0 license. Metadata collections are accessible via online collections search, URI schema, or SPARQL endpoint.
Access to datasets of more than 470,000 works from the Met, provided for unrestricted use and licenses as CC0. The RESTful API provides data in JSON format and links to high resolution JPEG images.
Contains datasets of selective collections of artworks in The Met’s collections available as a CSV. Released under a CC0 license.
Research dataset for all catalogued artworks within the museum’s collection containing metadata for over 130,000 objects. The artists dataset contains over 15,000 creators. Both datasets are available as CSV and JSON files and have been released under a CC0 license.
You can download the dataset of factual art object information for the 130,000+ artworks and artists in our collection from Github. We release this data under a Creative Commons 0 (CC0) license. This means that you can download the full dataset free of charge, and without seeking our permission.
Wikidata collection of ~4500 paintings with links to high resolution public domain images and IIIF resources. CC0 license.
A collection of open tools and resources from the museum. Collection data, excluding images, is released under CC0 and available as a downloadable spreadsheet, as individual JSON files, and through the public API.
Inactive dataset last updated in 2014, contains records of around 70,000 objects jointly owned by Tate and the National Gallery of Scotland. JSON and CSV files under a CC0 license.
A project to put every painting in the world into Wikidata. Data is free for access and reuse, notably through a SPARQL query service and an API. Some examples of how the data are already being used can be viewed here.
Collection of high resolution image files and IIIF resources for the center’s art collection. Public Domain.