Digital Art History

Digital art history seeks to answer art historical questions using digital tools and data. Its interdisciplinary approach stimulates collaborations between art historians and specialists from various fields, from computer science to historical geographic information systems.

In making data sets and code for a number of its projects available to the public, the Frick Art Reference Library provides developers, researchers, and others with the information to create freely available tools and to uncover new findings. We encourage the use of our data and code for applications that address a range of audiences—from the general public to specialized researchers.


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