the artist’s legacy is in your hands

Fitz Henry Lane – Gloucester Harbor 1847 (detail)

with panOpticon the artist’s legacy is in your hands

When you use panOpticon, you aren’t just compiling and archiving data for future publication. When you use panOpticon, you are building a fully-functioning, reasoned catalogue bit by bit.

panOpticon is a purpose-built cloud-based Information Management System, designed so you can analyze, validate, document, and manage the data around the artwork of an individual artist and release traceable, verifiably accurate information for others to discover and reuse.

As soon as they are ready to release, reliable data about works of art and their histories may be published, they can be put to work in curating exhibitions, they play a vital role in promoting an unknown or overlooked artist, they can be employed to create teaching tools and interactive displays, they are indispensable to the production of an authoritative catalogue raisonné.

Reliable data help preserve and protect the legacy of an artist.

Get started now. The sooner you begin, the happier you’ll be.


The best way to grasp what our product can do is to see it in action. Request a demonstration. We demonstrate our system online. We’ll show it to you wherever you are.

Above from left to right: Hugh Steers (1963–95) 1982 photo: Nicola Goode; Mary Cassatt (1844–1926); László Moholy-Nagy (1895–1946) and Lucia Moholy, Untitled 1925, Museum of Modern Art: Thomas Walther Collection. The Family of Man Fund 1791.2001 © 2017 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn.

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