Links & Resources
The links in this section are primarily non-profit organizations that have websites that I think would be of interest to you. I have occasionally included a dealer that is doing something special as well. If you have some ideas of sites that you think we should include, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
African art - images with descriptions and functions of the objects.
Tribal art from the Peabody Museum at Harvard with some online exhibitions and images.
Pre-Columbian art from the Worcester Art Museum's collection.
Official site for American museums and their upcoming exhibitions.
African Art Collection
All collections at the Nelson-Atkins Museum
American Indian collection at the Nelson-Atkins Museum
Featuring Oceanic collection largely acquired by Buster May of May Department stores.
Digital collection search at the Fowler Museum in LA
Collections of the Museum of Anthropological Archaeology
A listing of online databases of museums with African art in their collections
UNIQUE RESOURCES, PROJECTS & COLLECTIONS
Contains 1,830 ceramics dating from the 18th century to the mid-20th century from 7 major museum collections in the United States. These objects will be accessible online without charge. The museum collections are The Arizona State Museum, Tucson Arizona; Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio; Taylor Museum of Art, Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs; Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa; Museum of the Red River, Idabel; Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee; Logan Art Museum, Beloit.
The most important site on the internet for the scientific testing of objects.
Including Chris Roy’s CD ROM on African art, a must see for any African collector, student or scholar
Fascinating website with text by noted African scholar John Pemberton discussing the Central African divination collection from the late Barry D. Maurer.
A commercial site, but very informative.
Maps of Africa over time
Website commissioned by Canadian government to promote Inuit art.
Stolen Native American Indian art published by the Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association.
The site for Tribal Arts magazine is superb and worth a bookmark for anyone interested in Tribal arts.
Archaeology magazine's website with images and text related to the Pre-Columbian world. Superb site with reference material that will be of use.
No longer in print, but the website remains and sells back issues.
ADDITIONAL PRECOLUMBIAN RESOURCES
Latest information and images on Pre-columbian finds and research in Mesoamerica.
Pre-Columbian art sites and information from Yale University.
Interesting site cataloging Oceanic art in French collections.