AICT - Art Images for College Teaching
"AICT is a royalty-free image exchange resource for the educational community."
Amazing Picture Machine
Good for educational uses, from the North Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium.
AltaVista Image Search
"Finds pictures anywhere on the Web or on the sites of AltaVista partners, proven suppliers of quality images. Searches the AltaVista index and returns those pages that contain images associated with text that matches your query. AltaVista also stores information about the visual qualities of images, so it can display a list of images "similar to" a given image."
Classroom ClipArt: Clipart for Students
Site contains over 19,000 photographs, clipart, and historical images designed for use for educational purposes. Searchable or browse by topical areas.
"ditto.com delivers highly relevant thumbnail images – and the highly relevant sites that host the original images – to any browser in the world.ditto.com has compiled the largest searchable index of visual content on the Internet."
KidsClick!: Image Search Tools
Twenty-two image and art search tools on one page. Includes: Diggit Image Search, Pics4Learning, ZOONET Archives, Smithsonian Photo Data Base, SILS Art Image Browser, the Astronomical Image Library, and more.
Orazio Centaro's Art Images on the Web
"The most complete catalogue of art images on the web."
"Pics4Learning is a copyright-friendly image library for teachers and students. The Pics4Learning collection consists of thousands of images that have been donated by students, teachers, and amateur photographers."
"Time, Inc. is putting online hundreds of thousands of photographs from its collection of more than 20 million photos taken since the 1930s for its publications, including Time, Life, People, Sports Illustrated, Fortune, and Time-Life Books. In addition, they've added more than a million historical images (prints, illustrations, and photographs) from the London Mansell Collection. An excellent search engine and help files. Registration (free) required."