Listen to an interview with Peter Milton that aired on National Public Radio (NPR) on November 16, 2014. It was produced by Angela Evancieas part of the series Color Decoded: Stories That Span The Spectrum
Featuring Prints by Peter Milton.
Established in 1897, Baylor University Press publishes twenty new titles each year in the following academic areas: Religion & Higher Education, Christianity & Literature, Judaism & Christianity, Religion & Economics, Religion, Politics & Society, Rhetoric & Religion.
The National Gallery of Art houses one of the finest collections in the world illustrating major achievements in painting, sculpture, decorative arts, and works on paper from the Middle Ages to the present. More than 5,600 objects from our collection are now available online.
The National Gallery, London houses the national collection of Western European painting: over 2,300 pictures dating from 1250 to 1900. The collection includes all the major European schools of painting and masterpieces by many great artists.
The Museum of Fine Arts houses and preserves preeminent collections and aspires to serve a wide variety of people through direct encounters with works of art.
One of the world’s leading institutes for teaching and research in the history of art and conservation.
Online tools for studying the humanities.
Information from The American Institute for Conservation on prints with Chine Collé.
International Print Triennial Society (Stowarzyszenie Miedzynarodowe Triennale Grafiki, SMTG), established in 1992 to continue organizing the International Print Biennial in Krakow, event whose history reaches back to the year 1966.
The Web Gallery of Art is a virtual museum and searchable database of European painting and sculpture of the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods (1100-1850), currently containing over 13,500 reproductions. Commentaries on pictures, biographies of artists are available.
A publication concerned with the study of the encounters, dialogues and mutual collaboration (or hostility) between verbal and visual languages, one of the prime new areas of humanistic criticism.
Writer and Dartmouth University Emeritus Professor of English
The ImageBase of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco contains 26 of Peter Miltons prints. High resolution images showing the most minute details of the prints can be viewed at this site.