SCALA ARCHIVES is the largest and most prestigious fine art image archive worldwide. Transparencies and high resolution digital files of works of art from all over the world, covering every age and every field of visual arts (painting, sculpture, architecture, archaeology, the ancient & the modern world, decorative arts, photography, design, fashion etc.) are available for licensing to all media. Scala is either the outright owner or official agent for many of the most important art, fashion, photography & historical collections worldwide. To mention but a few among the diverse locations, collections and museums represented: The Italian and German State Museums (Berlin, Dresden, Munich, etc.), the Vatican Museums, Egyptian Museum, Turin, The Luce/Cinecitt Archive, The Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, The Louvre, The Muse dOrsay, and the muse du quai Branly, Paris (worldwide exclusivity), ADAGP collection (the French artists rights management society), The Pushkin Museum, Moscow, The Hermitage and The Russian State Museum, St. Petersburg, The National Gallery and V&A, London, The UK National Trust, The Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, The Museu Gulbenkian, Lisbon, The Munch Museum, Oslo, The Prado and The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid, and the Kyoto International Culture Foundation. Furthermore several US museums have chosen to be represented by Scala Archives. Among them: the MoMA Museum of Modern Art, NY (worldwide exclusivity), The Metropolitan Museum of Art (essentially European exclusivity), The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, The Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, The Pierpont Morgan Library, The Neue Galerie, The Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York, and numerous others. Since 2010 we represent the Cinecitt-Luce Archive. This collection of over 3 million images forms an exceptional documentary of life in Italy in the 1900s. Political & social reform from 1919 to 1965, the height & decline of Fascism, the birth of the Republic, Italy reborn after the Second World War, the film stars, via Veneto and La Dolce Vita. Combined with the DuFoto and AGF archives it offers a great chronicle of Italys recent past.
<ul><li>Scala Image Collection the Worlds Leading Source for Fine Art, Culture and HistorY Images </li><li>Scala Archives The Worlds Heritage in Images Scala Archives is an invaluable visual resource for both commercial and scholarly users Scala Archives in numbers 400,000 Individual art works 10,000 Museums and art locations 21,000 Artists 400,000 Historic photographs 7,000 Thematic keywords 10 Professional picture researcherss Over 700,000 high-resolution files and large size transparencies Over 25,000 on-line registered users Over 6,000 clients Over 80 countries Over 25,000 image licenses a year for: books, magazines, CD-ROMS, DVDs, websites, smartphones, tablets and netbooks, TV programs and film productions, Corporate reports, museum catalogues, posters, puzzles and calendars, t-shirts and other merchandising. For over 50 years Scala Archives has carefully increased its image collection and updated its infrastructure so as to become the most efficient and comprehensive image database from which to license. Through the decades Scala developed strong ties and long last- ing relationship and agreements with most of the worlds top fine art collections and museums. Testimony and example of such ties, is the fact that, for more than a decade now, Scala has been successfully acting as exclusive worldwide agent for The Museum of Modern Art, New York. The archives contents cover a wide range of eras, mediums and subjects: Fine Art, Archeology, Master Photography, Architecture, Design, Anthropology, Cinema, Fashion, Ce- lebrities, Music, Literature, Dance, Travel and History. The importance of the collection of historic photographs increased greatly with the addition of Cinecitt, Istituto Luce. Top reasons for Image Buyers to choose Scala Archives Original editorial ideas and project samples Time and money savings thanks to the one-stop-shop Competitive rates, negotiable bulk deals and flexible payment terms Unrestricted on-line access to our catalogue (updated weekly) Frequent worldwide photographic campaigns and acquisitions Top reasons for Image Sellers to choose Scala Archives Increase in profits, higher sales volume at no additional cost Punctual royalties payment: no debt collection costs and no risks Legal and technical image file protection bullet proof terms, watermark and image tagging (IPTC metadata) Prompt order execution: 24 hour turnaround, fulfilling the most widespread and time sensitive requests in the market Historic and artistic searches cross-referenced automatically in multiple languages (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish) Free image research, upon request Dedicated English, French, German, and Spanish telephone assistance Offices in Florence, London, and Paris Extensive network of international agents Copyright peace of mind (thanks to our agreements with museums we stand behind every single license granted) Clear information and efficient assistance in clearing additional or third party copyrights Leader in large size high resolution images strikingly crisp details IPTC Metadata: caption and copyright info is embedded in each image file Immediate high-resolution download, 24 hours a day 365 days a year Advance news pertaining the world of art and culture key exhibitions, artists and special event anniversaries, and much more etc. In person international marketing. Multilingual agents and staff with offices in Europe, South America and Asia regularly attend trade shows, travel for meetings and/or to present specific content and editorial projects On paper International marketing. Regular multilingual newsletters, brochures, dedicated flyers Increased image sales within Scalas own editorial projects Increased turnover of lesser known images thanks to key-wording, a multiple language search engine and high website traffic Photographic quality control.When necessary, 1,000 dpi image scanning and/or new shooting with a digital camera back Automatic rights administration, computerized museums, artists, and third parties rights management along with copyright guidance for specialized uses (advertising, merchandising) Thorough business information clients ranking, types of use, sales per image etc. are available upon request Free on-line and off-line promotion of museum/collection events Free museum/ collection staff from non remunerative procedures allowing them to focus on the institutions core business </li><li>Scala Archives offers images from the following Collections Europe Austria Graphische Sammlung Albertina, Vienna Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna France Muse du quai Branly, Paris Le Louvre, Paris Le Muse dOrsay, Paris Muse Jacquemart-Andr, Paris and many other French Museums Germany Through BPK: Pergamonmuseum, Berlin Aegyptisches Museum, Berlin Gemldegalerie, Berlin Nationalgalerie, Berlin Alte Pinakothek, Munich Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg Museum Der Bildenden Kunste, Leipzig Dresden Museums, Dresden Alte und Neue Pinacothek, Munich Skulpturensammlung und Museum fr Byzantinische Kunst, Berlin and other German Museums Greece Photographic Archive Marie Mauzy on Ancient Greece, Athens Hungary Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest Italy Biblioteca and Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan The Uffizi, Florence Accademia, Florence Palazzo Pitti, Florence Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan Museo di Capodimonte, Naples Pompeii, Naples Galleria Borghese, Rome Galleria dArte Moderna, Rome Musei Capitolini, Rome Forum Romanum & Colosseum, Rome Accademia, Venice Fondazione Museo delle Antichit Egizie, Turin and many other Italian Museums Norway Munch Museum, Oslo Portugal Fundacao Calouste Museu Gulbenkian, Lisbon Cam, Centro de Arte Moderna, Lisbon Russia Pushkin Museum, Moscow Tretyakov State Gallery, Moscow Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg Russian State Museum, St. Petersburg Spain Museo del Prado, Madrid Fundacin Coleccin Thyssen- Bornemisza, Madrid United Kingdom British Museum, London National Gallery, London British Library, London National Trust Photo Library, London Victoria & Albert Museum, London Wallace Collection, London National Maritime Museum, Greenwhich Francis Frith Collection, London Werner Forman Archive, London Vatican Museo Pio-Clementino Museo Chiaramonti Museo Gregoriano Egizio Museo Gregoriano Etrusco Museo Gregoriano Pagano Museo Pio Cristiano Gallery of the Tapestries Pinacoteca Nicholas Vs Chapel Cappella Sistina Galleria degli Arazzi Stanze di Raffaello Galleria delle Carte Geografiche and many other Vatican Museums Scala Archives offers images from these additional Photo Archives The Americas United States of America Moma - The Museum of Modern Art, New York Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Wgbh, Boston Africa Egypt Egyptian Museum, Cairo Asia Iraq Iraq Museum, Baghdad Japan Kyoto International Culture Foundation, Kyoto Banque dimages ADAGP, Paris More than 11,000 images of works of art by contemporary artists, most prominent among them Magritte. Cinecitt Luce, Rome Cinecitt Luce Picture Library boasts over 3 million black and white photographs documenting Italian society during the 19th and 20th Century. De Agostini, Novara A wide collection of images of archeology, history, travel, folklore, geography, and science including all the Unesco sites and prominent museums worldwide. Through Art Resource: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia Yale Art Gallery, New Haven Pierpont Morgan Library, New York Frank Stella Archive, New York Jewish Museum, New York Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC Newark Museum, Newark Georgia OKeeffe Museum, Santa Fe Mexico National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City </li><li>History Art&MasterPhotography </li><li>Cinema&Celebrities Theater,Dance,Literature&Music </li><li>Fashion,Architecture&Design Photographic Expertise Scalas experts oversee development, duplication, correction, and restoration of color transparencies and digital files. The highest quality and fidelity to the original is guaranteed. 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