BBC: Your Paintings: Tag the nation's paintings.
British Art Studies. New online journal published by the Paul Mellon Center for Studies in British Art, London, and the Yale Center for British Art, New Haven. The first issue will launch in fall 2015.
Fitzwilliam Museum Collections, University of Cambridge.
Henry Moore Foundation: Online catalogue of Henry Moore artworks.
Henry Moore: Sculptural Process and Public Identity. Explores Moore's work in the Tate collections and includes additional research material.
Island Ireland: "Internet directory to Irish art, culture and environment."
Irish Resources in the Humanities. Includes links to art, architecture and archaeology websites.
The Magazine. "A student publication by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his contemporaries at the Glasgow School of Art."
Mapping the Practice and Profession of Sculpture in Britain & Ireland 1851-1951. "Authoritative study of sculptors, related businesses and trades."
Motco UK Directory and Image Database: Antique Maps, Prints & Books, relating to the city of London.
Our English Heritage. Images from "the largest public archive in Britain with more than 12 million photographs of England's architecture, archaeology, local and social history."
Queen Victoria's Journals. Include the Queen's own illustrations.
Royal Academy of Arts Collections. Search works of art, books, archives and exhibition catalogues.
Ruskin Collection at the Guild of Saint George. Eclectic mix collected by author John Ruskin. Maintained and displayed by the Museums Sheffield.
Science & Society: Visual Collections of the Science Museum, Media Museum and Railway Museum.
Tate Archive. Previously unpublished British artists' materials.
What Jane Saw. Reconstruction of Sir Joshua Reynolds retrospective attended by Jane Austen in 1813.
Yale Center for British Art. Public domain works available FREELY in high resolution files. May be used for any application without obtaining permission.