ArtNav is an interactive exploration tool that associates dynamic content – including imagery, audio, and video – with specific areas of an artwork. Developed by the Terra Foundation for American Art to highlight noteworthy elements of paintings in its collection, ArtNav enriches the discovery and understanding of works of art for all viewers, from established and emerging scholars to art enthusiasts of every age.
Compatible with Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer browsers.
To access ArtNav, click on the image in an object page of this digital companion to Conversations with the Collection. ArtNav is currently enabled for the following artworks:
- Edward Hicks, A Peaceable Kingdom with Quakers Bearing Banners, c. 1829-1830
- Childe Hassam, Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, c. 1829
- Samuel F. B. Morse, Gallery of the Louvre, 1831-1833
- Erastus Salisbury Field, Portrait of a Woman Said to be Clarissa Gallond Cook, in front of a Cityscape, c. 1838
- George Caleb Bingham, The Jolly Flatboatmen, 1877-78
- John Frederick Peto, Old Time Letter Rack, 1894
- George Bellows, The Palisades, 1909
- Marsden Hartley, Painting No. 50, 1914-15
- Helen Torr, Purple and Green Leaves, 1927
- Arthur Dove, Boat Going through Inlet, c. 1929
- Milton Avery, Adolescence, 1947
- Philip Evergood, Passing Show, 1951