New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art makes 375K public domain works free without restriction

Cat on a Cushion, by Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen Feeling in the mood to do a little remixing of classic pieces of art? You’re in luck: The Metropolitan Museum of Art has just made hundreds of thousands of pieces available under the Creative Commons Zero license, meaning they can be used pretty much however you see fit. Read More


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