Internet Archive copy of "A history of ancient sculpture" by Lucy Myers Wright Mitchell (1883).
Deals with Eygptian, Greek, Roman, and Middle Eastern sculpture.
The Andre Chastell Centre is dedicated to French art history, including sculpture, architecture, and stained glass.
Founded in 1979 to promote the appreciation, study and conservation of church monuments both in the UK and abroad.
The Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture (CASSS) is a project to identify, record and publish in a consistent format, the earliest English sculpture dating from the 7th to the 11th centuries.
An archive of British and Irish Romanesque stone sculpture. Romanesque sculpture marks a high point of artistic production in Britain and Ireland, corresponding to the boom in high-quality building that followed the Norman Conquest in 1066, and reflecting a new set of links with mainland Europe.
An index of some of the tombs and monuments that can be found in English Cathedrals from the Medieval to Early 20th Century.
Chartres Cathedral is among the best preserved of the major French cathedrals, with extensive programmes of sculpture and stained glass. It was a major site of pilgrimage in honour of the Virgin Mary, to whom the cathedral is dedicated.
The links lead to information and diagrams concerning the cathedral's Architecture, Stained Glass, Sculpture, Manuscripts. Maps and Other Information.
Gothic Past is an open-access resource for the study of medieval Irish architecture and sculpture. It is part of a research project in the Department of History of Art and Architecture, Trinity College Dublin, which is funded by the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences (IRCHSS). The site showcases images from three significant collections of image archives housed in the Department of History of Art and Architecture, Trinity College. They include the Stalley Collection and the Rae Collection of medieval Irish architecture and sculpture: photographic images that were created and collected from the 1930s to the present day