Cleveland Museum of Art launches next-generation open access to artworks and data 

The Cleveland Museum of Art today is joining a handful of leading American art museums offering unlimited online access to images and information about works of art in its permanent collection. The museum announced it is waiving digital rights to roughly 30,000 of the 61,328 objects in its permanent collection considered to be in the public domain.

Source: Cleveland Museum of Art launches next-generation open access to artworks and data online

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