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The 19th Century American Women Writers Web page has teamed up with the Carnegie Museum of Art for an online exhibition of some of the museum's most prominent works.

The 19th Century American Women Writers Web page has teamed up with the Carnegie Museum of Art for an online exhibition of some of the museum's most prominent works.

Now through the end of February, visitors to the exhibit can view individual works and listen to audio recordings of the collection's curator discussing the works. Links to an online encyclopedia and related Web sites provide in-depth information about the artists, including Mary Cassatt, John Singer Sargent, and James Abbot McNeil Whistler.

Those who correctly answer a ten-question quiz after viewing the exhibit will qualify for a grand-prize package drawing. Prizes include a free subscription to Britannica Online; a copy of Voyager's exploration of the Art Institute of Chicago, With Open Eyes; and other art-related items.