All Russian Museum of Decorative-Applied and Folk Arts
Collections comprise over 40,000 pieces of Russian decorative-applied and folk art, including unique specimens of wood carving, painting on wood, weaving, pottery, embroidery and many other folk arts. Located in Moscow.
Art and cultural museum located in what was once the world's largest manufacturing plant of cobalt blue pigment, with a permanent exhibit of antique porcelain and cobalt blue glass. In English and Norwegian. Located in Norway.
Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art
A collection of the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany as well as fine 19th and 20th century American decorative arts. Located in Winter Park, Florida.
Daughters of the American Revolution Museum
Showcases the furnishings and decorative arts of pre-industrial America with permanent and changing exhibitions in two galleries. Includes details of exhibits, hours and directions. Located in Washington, DC, United States.
Decorative Arts Center of Ohio
State-wide organization to foster education in the arts of daily life, with exhibits on glass, quilts, and neoclassical furniture. Lancaster, Ohio.
Holburne Museum of Art
Focuses on collections of fine and decorative art made by Sir William Holburn. Includes hours, calendar of events, exhibitions and contact information. Located in Bath, England.
Museum of Furniture
Collection includes items from the 18th century to beginning of 20th century. Includes history of the building, hours and directions. Located in Moscow. [Russian and English].
Displays collection of art deco ceramics from Belgium, France, Czechoslovakia and other countries. Includes hours, schedules, entrance fees, virtual gallery and access map. Located in Brussels, Belgium. [French, Polish, Spanish, English, Netherlands, Italian and Finnish]
The Wallace Collection
Considered one of the best collections of fine arts including paintings, porcelain, furnishings and armoury. Located in London, England.