If you register with the British Museum, you can use images that are not covered by current copyright terms, and for a wide range of purposes e.g. images from artists that are either alive or have not yet been dead for a 70 or more years.
Includes an oral history collection, sound recordings and images of British life in the 20th century, covering social issues such as disability, ethnicity, families, health, immigration, politics and religion.
Permissions: members of the University are allowed, for educational purposes, to save and incorporate sections in VLEs or print/e-course packs in a secure environment, with full acknowledgement of the source and copyright owner. For public display or performance of any part (e.g. conference or seminar), a public performance licence for the specific work(s) is required. License limits access to users in the UK.
Over 100,000 images and learning/teaching resources, in art, architecture, design and media. Authored and selected by subject specialists, and copyright-cleared for learning, teaching and research in the UK
High quality images of significant historical interest scanned at high resolution in several sizes - collection intended for the media, publishers and the public. You must reference the copyright holder for any images you use in reports or assignments