The British School at Rome, a UK academic cultural outpost dedicated to scholarly study and teaching in Italy, has recently developed a new website to show case their wide ranging collections.

Rather cheekily, the home page promises photographs on Rome, historic prints and a variety of maps – then to the inform the user that much of the material is awaiting funds for digitisation. Indeed, on browsing through the collection is not apparent that any material has been digitised at all.

Bernini's Four Rivers Fountain - print - 1651

However, using the search reveals that there is material available online, such as the above print relating to the opening of Bernini’s Four Rivers Fountain in 1651