From September many of the collections 60 oil paintings, 800 ceramics and its archive of materials from the artists will be available digitally. The foundation will launch Evelyn De Morgan pictures on the Google Arts & Culture platform and its new website will display the extensive works of both artists.
The website will also allow the booking onto exhibitions where De Morgan works are being shown with upcoming events including Look Beneath the Lustre at Wightwick Manor in Wolverhampton from September 1, A Family of Artists from August 22 at Cannon Hall in Barnsley and Decoration or Devotion? at The Watts Gallery in Surrey from August 30.
Since the collection was bequeathed in 1965, and the foundation set up in 1967, the works of the couple have only been available to the public when they have been loaned to museums.
The new website, developed by agency Big Frank, will make the collection fully searchable to view online.
The platform demorgan.org.uk will launch on August 29.