Wellcome Collection is a museum in London that has always stood out for its risky bets to bring culture to the world as something closer, exhibiting countless works from different disciplines and managing not to leave anyone indifferent to what they had before their eyes.
It is an establishment that is part of Wellcome Trust, a charity that was founded in 1936 by billionaire pharmacist Henry Wellcome, the same year he passed away. Since then they have always had ups and downs, but they have known how to keep adapting to the different decades.
The last movement of the Wellcome Collection has not been an exhibition but get your image archive to the world and for this they have done something that many, or rather, all the museums in the world could do, so that those who do not have the possibility of visiting it, can recreate their works in great quality and be able to scrutinize all its details.
A collection of more than 100,000 images has been uploaded to the Internet They can be downloaded in high resolution format and we can even use it completely freely, always respecting two indisputable premises, authorship must be recognized or its copyright preserved and they can never be used for commercial purposes.
What can we find in this collection?
Between his more than 100,000 proposals stand out from manuscripts of Tibetan texts about Buddhism, thousands of photographs from all periods and their events and up to 40 engravings by Francisco de Goya, making up an archive that surely millions of people around the world will make use of.
The web has a special search engine that allows us filter search that we carry out strictly following the parameters that we designate as the author, subject, title, period and technique used for the work in question and in a few moments we will have a complete list of all the works in photographs about what we have searched for.
The best of all is that we will find photographs in jpg format with a resolution of 300 dots per inch, so we can print those photographs at very high quality or, if we want, make us a painting without having to pay copyright; without a doubt, a detail from the Wellcome Collection.
This collection also highlights the medicine-related theme, where they offer more than 40,000 images related to research centers and hospitals on anatomy, surgery, diseases, neuroscience, etc.
After studying History at the University and after many previous tests, Red Historia was born, a project that emerged as a means of dissemination where you can find the most important news of archeology, history and humanities, as well as articles of interest, curiosities and much more. In short, a meeting point for everyone where they can share information and continue learning.