Many of us are working from home right now to respect social distancing within our community. At SBMA, our in-person meetings are now virtual, and many of us have turned to the custom Zoom background to help set the mood. We invite you to join us and download pre-cropped images from the Museum's permanent collection as background for your next virtual meeting. All images are cropped to 1920x1080 pixels at 96 dpi.
Directions for download
On Windows or Mac Desktop
: Select the image you'd like or
"download full size image here" link, then right click on the full size downloaded image and choose "Save Image As" and save to a location on your local hard drive.
Zoom Background Images
Choose from the selection of images below to download Zoom backgrounds of art from SBMA's permanent collection!
Levi Wells Prentice, Still-Life with Berries and Baskets
(detail), 1887. Oil on canvas. SBMA, Gift of Charles C. and Elma Ralphs Shoemaker.
George Inness, Sr., The Sun Shower
(detail), 1847. Oil on canvas. SBMA, Gift of Mrs. Sterling Morton to the Preston Morton Collection.
Relief of three dancing nymphs
(detail), 1st century CE. Marble. SBMA, Gift of Frank Perls.
Cherry Blossoms at Yoshinoyama
(detail). Japanese, Momoyama period (1573-1615). Ink, colors and gold on paper; screen. SBMA, Gift of Klaus Naumann.
George Benjamin Luks, The Haunted House
(detail), ca. 1925-1930. Oil on canvas. SBMA, Gift of the Women's Board.
Joos de Momper, the younger, August
(detail), early 17th c. Oil on panel. SBMA, Bequest of Katherine Deere Butterworth.
View of Itsukushima
(detail), Japan, Edo period, 17th-18th century. Color and ink on gold leaf; pair of six-panel screens. SBMA, Museum Purchase with the Peggy and John Maximus Fund.
Kishi CHIKUDŌ, Japanese, 1826-1897, Crows in Autumn
(detail). Ink and color on gold-leaf ground; pair of six-fold screens. SBMA, Museum purchase with funds provided by Lord and Lady Ridley-Tree, Priscilla Giesen, and special funds.
Tosa School, Japanese, 1688, The Tale of Bunshō, the Saltmaker
(detail), Calligraphy by Sanekage Mushanokōji (1661-1738). Ink, color, gold, and silver on paper; set of three handscrolls. SBMA, Museum purchase with the fund made possible by Peggy and John Maximus and SBMA Friends of Asian Art.