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ARTH 1500: Art History and Visual Literacy: Databases
This is a good starting point to do a general search, especially for the bigger name artists and for high-quality images. This resource includes also articles, glossaries, a directory of art museums, and a regularly updated art news page. One special feature is their image "ActualSizer."
A great starting point, this site acts as a geographical and chronological taxonomy for art throughout the ages and around the world. Easily navigable, the site is also highly detailed and thorough. Includes also an international list of museums and galleries.
A chronological, geographical and thematic exploration of the history of art from Prehistory to the present day, the timeline contextualizes the history of art in text and images. A great, reliable source for students.
IPL2 has a great list of general links to various online art resources in its Fine Arts section, Visual Arts. This link includes drawing, painting and sculpture. NOTE: site is no longer being updated, as of mid-2015.
Sponsored by the University of Michigan school of art and design, this site is a one stop resource for many inquiries. From a fantastic list of art museums around the world to art research resources by subject and online exhibition links, there is much to find. Check out the image resource links.
To find book & media reviews on your topic, select the field "PS Reviews & Products" in EBSCOhost's Advanced Search option, and enter your search term.
You can also find excellent suggestions for specific databases, journal titles, and ways of finding articles in the LibGuides for individual subjects.