Open Content at the Getty Research Institute
The Getty launched its Open Content Program in August 2013. The Open Content Program makes high-resolution images, which are either in the public domain or to which the Getty holds the copyrights, available for download free of charge via the Getty's website (www.getty.edu). This article provides an overview of the approach used by the Getty Research Institute.
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