Museum Art Slides are produced and distributed by European and Australian museums and suppliers. They are slowly being phased out in favor of digital files offered by the vendors or their representatives. Therefore, the slides included in this section of the site are not all available. Prices, minimum quantities, and delivery times vary by vendor (please anticipate at least 4 weeks). If complete catalogues of all vendors are not listed here, please contact me and I will send or fax you detailed lists of slides that meet your interests.
Museum Art Slides are distributed for educational purposes only. They are not to be duplicated in any manner, including printed media, electronic scanning or other means of digitized reproduction. Rights remain at all times with the source museum or vendor. Purchases made through Canyon Lights World Art Image Bank constitute agreement with this policy. Please refer to our copyright policy.
Please inquire as to which Museums may allow digitization of their slides to verifiable academic institutions for classroom projection and archival purposes.
French, Italian, Dutch, Flemish, German, Egyptian Art and Versailles Architecture.
Canyonlights World Art Slides regrets that the French National Museums have discontinued slide production. Canyonlights has been able to acquire some of the last slide sets and will be offering them in sets and as singles at the listed 15% discounted price until they run out [Sets of 10 slides $37.40; Sets of 40 slides $149.60; single slides from incomplete sets $3.75 each [10 slide minimum].
These slide sets are in stock and will be sent out on a first come/first serve basis. Supplies are very limited.
Musee DUnterlinden, Colmar
Mathias Grunewalds Isenheim Altar, Martin Schongauers High Altar of the Dominican Church at Colmar and others.
Aachen: The Palace and Chapel of Charlemagne
©Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology Publications
The Manchester Metropolitan University Department of History of Art and Design
National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside
National Portrait Gallery, London