Google Institut Budaya menyatukan jutaan artefak dari beberapa mitra, dengan kisah yang menghidupkannya, dalam sebuah museum virtual.
This abstract piece, made by a Sudanese artist in the mid 1990's, is a very interesting piece, for there is so much going on with just a few shades of colour.
This calm, soothing piece by an Iraqi artist, made in the late 1970's, caught my eye with its' peaceful colours and serene background.
This piece by an Iraqi artist , made in 2000, appealed to me because of its' simplicity and colour range. Its plain, yet elegant.
Starry Night, made by a Dutch painter in the late 1880's, is a beautiful display of texture and colour. Even the water is shimmering with the dark night and its bright stars.
This piece by a French artist, made in the early 1880's, is so very calm and peaceful. The different shades of blue in the water, makes me feel as though this is a photograph, not a painting.
This elegant cover, made in China in 1850, brings out the richness of two deep colours, one being navy blue and the other being pastel shades.
This wall hanging made in Uzbekistan in the 1800's has a bright, eye catching design. The warm colours compliment each other in a radiant way.
This piece of work , made by a Czech painter in the early 1910's, shows how nicely colours from opposite sides of the colour wheel compliment each other and create contrast.
This embroidered cushion made between the 16 and 1800's is very unusual and full of patterns. The repetition of a few colours makes the piece very easy to look at.
This piece of art made by an English artist in the early 1940's shows a ruined down landscape, developed with beautiful colours, making it look surreal/
This piece of work made by a British landscape artist in the mid 1940's is a combination of soothing colours forming an extravagant picture .
This piece of art, made by an Austrian painter in the mid 1910's., uses Earthy colours and a cartoonish way of painting to stand out from the other works.
This beautiful piece by an Austrian painter made in 1907. captures the smooth, peacefulness of nature using cool colours.
The Setting Sun, made by an Austrian artist in the early 1910's, uses pastel and natural colours to enhances the simplicity of the scene.
This piece of art made by an Austrian painter, during the year 1900. uses a cool plate of colours that capture the see so vividly.