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This article concerns efforts to increase the accessibility of art through digital collections on the web. Features for display and comparison used by the platform of the Swedish artist Ivar Arosenius and by web projects such as Europeana and Google Art & Culture will be discussed. These features include random display, recommendations and machine learning of visual similarities. Key questions are: What are the general implications of these features for the art history canon? What are thedoi:10.29311/mas.v18i2.3252 fatcat:ok4w5b743ffejabw4h6cb4yf24