Most Dutch Masterpieces Are Now at Your Fingertips Thanks to Museum Digitization Project

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SInce it started its digitization project two years ago, Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum now has almost 210,000 works of art available for fee online in high-res. The museum allows you to curate your own gallery as well as download the artwork to create, say, an iPhone case.

You can browse the gallery via curated portals like "Masterpieces" or "Dutch History" or use the search functionality to browse the entire collection.

Check it out here.

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