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Timeline of Art History: Africa ("a chronological, geographical, and thematic exploration of the history of art, as illustrated especially by the museum's collection:" timeline explores African Art from 8000 B.C. to 1800 A.D. An excellent resource) (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)
African Rock Art (introduction and images for African Rock art from the Northern, Central and Southern Zones) (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)
ArtLex African Art (many high resolution image links with good explanations) (Michael Delahunt)
African Art and History (extensive links to information on African Art and history, including lesson plans) (The Incredible Art Department, Judy Decker)
PBS Wonders of the African World (website explores African history and culture with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. of Harvard U.)
British Museum Africa (explores African Art from ancient to contemporary times through the museum's collections)
African Art on the Internet (extensive links to online resources for African Art) (Karen Fung, Stanford U.)
African Art: Aesthetics and Meaning (an electronic exhibition catalogue, extensive information with good images) (U. of Virginia)
Facing the Mask (online resources for the exhibition include information for teachers, plus images with explanations) (Museum for African Art, New York)
Art and Life in Africa Project (extensive information about African Art and culture) (U. of Iowa)
Artchive African Art (introduction and image links) (M. Harden)
Africa: The Art of a Continent (online resource for museum exhibition includes extensive information and images on African Art including interactive map of the African continent) (Guggenheim Museum, New York)
Art of Africa (links to high quality images and information sources) (Mike Gunther, Timelines/Old Stones Art History Website)
The Baobab Project (extensive research resource for students and scholars of African visual culture) (Suzanne Preston Blier, Harvard U.)
Art History Resources on the Web: African Art (extensive information on African Art, covering many time periods, countries, and media) (Chris Witcombe, Sweet Briar College)

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