RKD Netherland Institute for art History
Before we can start work on the actual digitisation, the boxes are checked in several stages and prepared by RKD staff. This means that certain parts of the visual documentation are temporarily unavailable. If you are planning to consult the visual documentation of Nineteenth-century Dutch and Belgian Art for your research, then please get in touch with us first via email@example.com or visit this page for the latest updates on our digitisation programme. As soon as the images have been digitised you will be able to view them through the RKD Viewer tool in our Study Room.
Since the launch of the RKD digitisation project in June 2018, we have scanned a total of almost 2 million records. In the past twelve months the collections of Old Netherlandish Drawings, Old Netherlandish Paintings as well as the first batch of Foreign Art have been made available in the RKD Viewer, our temporary app that allows you to view and compare high-resolution images. In the coming years, the RKD is on course to make the bulk of its visual documentation available for worldwide consultation through RKD Explore.