In the pre-internet world, they would have cost you a pretty penny.
Once upon a time owning this impressive a collection of art books would have marked you as an art history major, a book reviewer (free review copies!), or even a phony (does anyone actually ever look at “coffee table books”?).
To peruse the works of Kandisnky, Rothko, Lichtenstein, Klimt, Picasso and more for free, click here.
Vice.com reports that if these 205 works from the Guggenheim leave you hungry for more, you can download to your heart’s content at these other websites.
- 43 titles available in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Online Reading Room
- 281 from Getty Publications’ Virtual Library
- 1,611 books at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s MetPublications site
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