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The Rijksmuseum (Netherlands), which launched Rijksstudio to whet art lovers appetites for its April 2012 reopening, offers open access to 125,000-plus images of its collections online. The Rijksmuseum has carefully organized its digital collection for ease of use by both veteran art lovers and casual browsers. The reproduction of the paintings is very detailed; often one may zoom to the level of brush stokes. Users may crop, zoom and collect whole artworks or pieces of an artwork across a variety of themes, subject matter, artists or other classifications.