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Fantastic new collection of public domain images from a Dutch Museum

More than 700,000 pieces of art are now available for public domain use, thanks to the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.

They’re being released under the Creative Commons 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain Dedication. That basically means you can do pretty much anything with it, without having to pay for it.

You’ll have to log in to view and download the high-resolution versions of the pictures, but it’s an incredible collection that includes true masterpieces of famed artists like Rembrandt.

Access the library here (must be logged in for high res downloads):

Last year, the British Museum also made almost 2 million images available for free under the Creative Commons 4.0 license.

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