QUARTZ | Thu-Huong Ha:
The sumptuous lips of a 3,000-year-old Egyptian queen’s face, and the plump belly of a 9th-century Mexican baby, are now at your disposal.
New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art has released 375,000 images of works from its collection, with no restrictions on what you can do with them. The images, all of art in the US public domain, were previously available online, but with some stipulations about commercial use. You can find them at the digital collection, with “Public Domain Artworks” checked in the left-hand column… Read more
Image: Fragment of a Queen’s Face, New Kingdom Egypt, c. 1353–1336 B.C.(Courtesy the Metropolitan Museum of Art)