Harvard University Library Visual Information Access (VIA)

Access here. Users can limit search to digital images only.

Developed by the Harvard University Library, VIA includes thousands of digital images on China, Japan, and Korea. Here is a general description: “VIA (Visual Information Access) is a growing online union catalog documenting the arts, material culture, and social history. VIA contains descriptive records and images representing paintings, sculpture, photography, drawings, prints, architecture, decorative arts, trade cards, rubbings, theater designs, maps and plans. Participating repositories include archives, museums, libraries, and other collections throughout Harvard University. New material is added to VIA daily.” – Harvard University Library

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