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* [http://collections.sfmoma.org/Obj108986.htm SFMoMA] (provides metadata using meta tags in head)
 
* [http://collections.sfmoma.org/Obj108986.htm SFMoMA] (provides metadata using meta tags in head)
 
* [http://artgallery.yale.edu/pages/collection/popups/pc_african/details08.html Yale Art Gallery]
 
* [http://artgallery.yale.edu/pages/collection/popups/pc_african/details08.html Yale Art Gallery]
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* [http://www.abendart.com/html_shows/pratt2005/orangebluearr.htm Abend Gallery]
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* [http://www.cameraobscuragallery.com/wark.html Camera Obscura Gallery]
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* [http://www.williamhavugallery.com/index.cgi?show=photoalbum&pic=SturrockBothSculptures.jpg&cat=sturrock Havu Gallery]
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* [http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/josephbrown/ National Gallery of Victoria]  <-Example for possible integration other microformats?
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* [http://image.stateofflux.com/user/unwellbunny/big%20ass%20picture%20frame?viewingBy=author&viewingByValue=5966 State of Flux] currently uses hCalendar for events

Revision as of 07:35, 26 March 2006

Work of Art Examples

This page documents examples on html markup of work of art information on the web.

This is part of a community effort to create a work of art microformat.


Participants

  • Tim Gambell


Examples

Current practice for the xhtml presentation of works of art is characterized by extensive use of non-semantic presentational markup. There is little consensus on HTML tags or class names (when class names are used). See the following list of museum artwork information pages. View source for markup examples.