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The Met has unveiled an immersive collection of free artworks that anyone can use however they wish.  It’s not every day you can swipe a freebie from one of the world’s leading museums. On the Metropolitan Museum of Art website, however, you might be able to take whatever you want.

In the past year, The Met has been working on a project to release a horde of digitized artworks for free. Today, it has stocked up over 400,000 resources that might serve as inspiration for the creatively jaded.

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Also, visit the Museum website to learn more about this fabulous initiative.

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Metropolitan Museum Initiative Provides Free Access to 400,000 Digital Images

New Web Program Allows Free Image Download for Non-Commercial Use (New York, May 16, 2014)-Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, announced today that more than 400,000 high-resolution digital images of public domain work…

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