The collections at Loggia explore select areas of study in art and art history, architecture and design, the decorative arts, industrial design, and classical studies such as Greek, Roman, and Celtic mythology.

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About Loggia

Founded in 1997, Loggia is dedicated to the study of the arts and humanities. The mission is to provide an informative and engaging experience related to the study of art and art history, architecture and design, and classical studies including mythology and literature.

Loggia was created and is maintained by a pair of dedicated individuals that share their knowledge and passion for the arts with quality information resources.

The content-rich sites created at Loggia have been featured in publications such as the Washington Post, Fortune, USA Today, and Metropolis. In addition to print media, Loggia sites have also been selected as 'Site of the Day' by respected online sources such as Yahoo, Netscape, and ProjectCool. In 1998, A Momentary Vignette also garnered the added distinction as a Yahoo 'Site of the Year'.

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