Google’s Art Project

Wow, I wish I had Google to help with *my* art projects. They’re really good! Check out how they not only let you virtually stroll the halls of some of the world’s greatest museums, you can even linger in your favorite room as long as you like. I just got finished revisiting the Art of Japan section of the Freer Gallery at the Smithsonian, which Penny and I actually saw in person (and loved) when we visited Washington DC a few years ago.

Being Google, they even give you data down to the last microscopic detail and let you zoom in close on the artworks – close enough to get you in trouble with museum security in the real world. Did you know there were visible brushstrokes in Starry Night? I guess I could’ve guessed, but now I know for sure. I mean, that thing’s practically 3-D! You can almost see the texture of the canvas where ol’ Vincent dabbed his brush.

I’m sure there’s lots more to discover too. What are your favorite museums to now visit any time you like?

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