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Official satellite websites
The following websites offer a broad range of content and interaction opportunities for our many audiences.
This website explains our ambitious transformation project that will make The Courtauld’s world-class artworks, research and teaching accessible to more people.
The Courtauld Association Network
This online community allows users to network with other members, make connections with old friends, search for and post job openings, stay up-to-date about upcoming and recent events, join area and interest groups, share notes and photos, along with providing numerous other features.
Art and Architecture
Search the complete collection of The Courtauld Gallery.
A website devoted to examining wonderful, unexpected and largely unknown objects from The Courtauld Gallery’s collection. The project is delivered in partnership with interns from disciplines outside of the History of Art. Their disciplinary backgrounds have included anthropology, theology and the sciences.
MA Curating Exhibitions
The Courtauld MA Curating the Art Museum programme provides a small group of students with unrivaled access to exceptional resources. Among the programme’s highlights is an exhibition project that takes place in The Courtauld Gallery.
The Courtauld Shop
The Courtauld Shop is currently closed.
Courtauld Prints offers 40,000 high quality digital images of paintings, drawings, architecture and sculpture from The Courtauld Gallery and The Courtauld Institute of Art. This service allows you to order prints, which are available in a range of sizes, finishes, and supplied framed or unframed.
This is our rights and reproductions service. From this site you have access to over 40,000 images of paintings, drawings, engravings, sculpture, and architecture from the Institute collections including The Courtauld Gallery and the Conway Library.
Public programmes and young people’s projects’ sites
Animating Art History
An archive of Animating Art History, a widening participation partnership between The Courtauld Institute of Art and University of the Arts London, that ran from 2009-2014.
Explore researcher profiles, expertise and research at The Courtauld.
An online quarterly magazine that explores, investigates and highlights what is important in the arts today.
Picturing the Netherlandish Canon
This project places online Hendrick Hondius the Elder’s Pictorum aliquot celebrium, præcipué Germaniæ Inferioris, effiges (The Hague, 1610), which contains 68 portrait prints of Netherlandish artists. High quality images are accompanied by translations of the Latin texts and analytical essays by leading scholars.
The Gothic Ivories Project
A database of ivory sculptures made in Western Europe ca. 1200-ca. 1530, as well as neo-Gothic pieces.
Conservation – Colourmen Stamps
A database of colourmen stamps. The images were collected by Cathy Proudlove over a period of 40 years. This website requires you to log in.
This website introduces the Middle Age monuments of Eastern Anatolia and the Caucasus.
Leon Levy Foundation Centre for Conservation Studies at Nagaur
A website about the six-week conservation courses in Nagaur, supported by the Leon Levy Foundation, both for experienced and entry-level conservators.
Higher education online learning tools
The Courtauld’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
Our VLE allows course leaders to share educational materials with their students.
Work for us
This is where we advertise jobs and volunteering opportunities at The Courtauld.
Official Courtauld Blogs
The Courtauld Gallery Blog
Go behind the scenes and discover more about daily life at The Courtauld Gallery.
Views and Reviews: The Research Forum Blog
Diverse voices from the Courtauld respond to Research Forum events
Documenting Fashion: A Dress History Blog
A blog that documents fashion – as image, as object, as text, as an experience, and as an industry.
Young People: Public Programmes Youth Blog
The Courtauld’s Young People’s Programme covers both the Institute and Gallery. With this unique function, projects range from widening participation to informal learning. This blog is a space for us to share our work.
Courtauld Digital Media: Digitisation Project
Documenting our project(s) digitizing our photographic libraries.