The University of Kansas's Spencer Museum of Art is an invaluable resource for students and scholars who come for the collegiate environment around this wonderful institution. The collection was established by Sallie Casey, a Kansas City art collector, in 1917. As part of the digital collection at the school, more than 17,000 items from this well-curated cornucopia are available here for those with a penchant for photography, material culture, sculpture, and other branches of the fine arts. The collection is also quite well-known for its offerings in Japanese Edo period painting, 20th century Chinese painting, and quilts. After clicking on the Browse Spencer Museum of Art link, visitors can use the What tab to look over items by medium and the Who tab to peruse the list of artists represented within this digital archive. Also, visitors can use the image zoom feature to look closely at key details of interest.


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