The Harvard Art Museums—comprising the Fogg, Busch-Reisinger, and Arthur M. Sackler Museums— announced that they are now part of the Google Cultural Institute, joining more than 800 collections from art museums, heritage sites, archives, and other cultural institutions around the world. The Harvard Art Museums have contributed 1,061 high-resolution images of works of art to the Institute following the opening of the museums’ renovated and expanded new facility in November 2014. This contribution allows users to explore examples of the paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, photographs, coins, decorative arts, and other objects in the Harvard Art Museums collections. The 1,061 objects contributed to the Cultural Institute’s Art Project represent many areas from the museums’ comprehensive collections, including works from around the 2nd millennium BCE to the 20th century, from the Americas, Europe

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