"The secret of life is in art."
-Oscar Wilde, The English Romance
Tell A Friend
Link To Us
Do you have a question you would like answered about Art? Ask me and I will find an answer. Just click on the "feedback" section in the menu above.
Sponsorship opportunities at arthistorysearch.comThis site attracts a steady stream of high-quality readers interested in topics described by the following keywords:
art history, art essays, art ideas, teaching art history, humanities, museums, paintings, sculpture, art criticism, art movements, period studies, art education, culture, fine arts, painters, artists,
If these keywords are related to the products, services or content you offer, you've just found a high-quality, topic-targeted site that welcomes your sponsorship.
You can drive traffic directly to your site from this site by sponsoring this site, and you only pay a fixed amount for each unique visitor who actually clicks your text advertisement and is delivered to your website.
Getting started is easy: just $25 opens your account and lets you create ads and place them anywhere on the WebSeed Network, including this site. You'll also find over 500 additional sites on the network where you can place targeted sponsorships on other topics.
On the WebSeed Network, you can choose to place your ad among 18 reader-interest categories such as health, business, computer, arts, science, lifestyle, recreation, travel and more! You can also choose individual sites from among our 500+ active content sites, directly reaching readers who are most likely to respond to your products and services.
About this site and the WebSeed network:
WebSeed respects its readers and asks that all sponsors only target sites that are truly relevant to their offerings.
You can view sites on the WebSeed network by visiting the WebSeed Directory. If you're a content provider and you're interested in operating a content site on the WebSeed Network, visit WebSeed Publishing.
"The search for roots and beginings is really the quest for continuation. For how can people know where they are going unless they know where they have been?"