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International Art Magazines: A List of Print and Online Fine Arts Publications
A listing of English language international magazines, both print and web, covering the broad spectrum of fine art, appraisals and auctions ranging from contemporary culture to collectible antiquities.

Fine Art Experience
Readers share their experiences with fine art and tell their stories about their art epiphanies.See submissions

Artrillium House
Publishing company Artrillium House in Australia publishes art directories and free art-related business publications for arts professionals.

What Type of Training or Education Is Needed to Be an Art Broker?

Fine Art Restoration and Conservation FAQs
Fine Arts Restoration and Conservation FAQs Complex, All You Wanted to Know about Fine Art Restoration and Conservation

Art Libraries Society of North America
Art Libraries Society of North America is an organization of art librarians whose mission is "to foster excellence in art and design librarianship and image management."


Fine art is the visual arts and includes aesthetic objects that are made for appreciation and contemplation, rather than for commercial or functional purposes, such as paintings, printmaking, photography and sculptures. However, the term “fine art” is broad and also includes diverse art forms such as conceptual, installation, performance, and sound art.

What Type of Education or Training Is Needed to Work as a Fine Art Conservator?
In the Fine Art Restoration and Conservation FAQs, a set of questions and answers are provided such as What Type of Education or Training Is Needed to Work as a Fine Art Conservator?

Fine Art FAQs, what kinds of art jobs are available in the fine arts?
In the Fine Art FAQs, answers are provided for questions such as: What kinds of art jobs are available in the fine arts?


What is the difference between Fine Art and Decorative Arts? Fine Art is considered a visual object with no functional purpose except to be admired and contemplated, while Decorative Arts are also visual, but serve a function such as furniture, tableware, textiles, etc.


What is the difference between Fine Art and Decorative Arts? Fine Art is considered a visual object with no functional purpose except to be admired and contemplated, while Decorative Arts are also visual, but serve a function such as furniture, tableware, textiles, etc.


The term "Fine Art" originated in France in the mid-seventeenth century.

Are Architecture, Music and Dance considered Fine Art?
Are Architecture, Music and Dance considered Fine Art? Categories in art are rather slippery or ephemeral.

Fine Art FAQ Old Masters
Fine Art FAQs answers What are Old Masters?

Fine Art Museum FAQs, How to Start an Art Museum?
Fine Art Museum FAQs, How to Start an Art Museum?

What Degree/Certification Is Needed to Work as an Art Restorer or Conservator?
In the Fine Art Restoration and Conservation FAQs, a set of questions and answers are provided such as What Type of Degree or Certification Is Needed to Work as a Fine Art Restorer or Art Conservator?

Are There Fine Art Conservation and Restoration Schools?
In the Fine Art Restoration and Conservation FAQs, a set of questions and answers are provided such as Are There Fine Art Conservation and Restoration Schools?

What Are the Tools of a Fine Art Restorer and Art Conservator?
In the Fine Art Restoration and Conservation FAQs, a set of questions and answers are provided such as What Are the Tools of a Fine Art Restorer and Art Conservator?

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