Architecture Here and There. Blog about classical and traditional architecture by former Providence Journal columnist David Brussat.
Artdaily.org: "The First Art Newspaper on the Net."
Artnet News. "A 24 hour global art market newswire."
Art21 blog : contemporary art.
Art History News and Blogs Source Page: compiled by Dr. Christopher L. C. E. Whitcombe of Bryn Mawr College.
Art Resources Online: Archive of the Resources: Online column of the ARLIS / UK & Ireland News-sheet, 2010-2014.
Blouin Artinfo. Online magazine and guide to the contemporary arts.
Celluloid Club. A blog all about the movies, old and new.
Colossal Art & Visual Ingenuity. All kinds of fascinating artworks and photography highlighted here.
Designers and Books. Site dedicated to "books that inspire creativity, innovation, and invention."
Dodge & Burn: The official Tumblr for George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film.
Edgar A. Tafel Archive at the Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library: Blog about the processing of the collection.
Image Collections in the Brown Library. (Brown University users only)
In Circulation. Blog from the Metropolitan Museum of Art libraries.
Institute of Fine Arts, New York, Selections from the Institute's Image Archive. Lovely, random images from the collection.
Islamic Books: A Research Blog about Manuscripts, Printed Books, and Ephemera in Arabic Script.
Lens: Photography, Video and Visual Journalism. New York Times site.
Letteratura Artistica. Reviews in Italian of art history books maintained in a private library.
Lisa Young: Beauty in Imperfection. (former Brown Visual Arts professor)
Mapiversaries. "An endeavor of the map collection at the University of Iowa." Tumblr featuring historical maps.
Mark Vallen's Art for a Change: Events, Theory, Commentary.
Notre Dame Architecture Library's Photostream. Interesting projects from the school.
100 Best Curator and Museum Blogs. Compiled by Emily Thomas at MuseumMedia.
There Are Two Types of Architecture -- Good Architecture, and the Other Kind. Blog by architect John Massengale.
Victorian Visual Culture. Blog at Mount Holyoke College about miscellaneous aspects of 19th century visual culture.