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This guide can help you find resources to help you in your academic writing about art, your work on your artist's statement, and your studio practice.
Database available via ARTstor. Digital images of works of art with accompanying information including size and ownership. Includes over one million images in the areas of art, architecture, and the humanities. Technical requirements http://www.artstor.org/using-artstor/u-html/requirements.shtml NOTE 1: Pop-up blocking software must be disabled. NOTE 2: Requires Flash 6 or higher.
Maintained by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History includes images and information on artworks from throughout the world since prehistoric times. To limit to modern and contemporary works, scroll down to "time periods" and select "1900A.D.-Present."
Image database of millions of photographs and graphics from the Associated Press. Photographs: color and B&W, dating from 1826 to the present. Graphics: maps, diagrams, drawings etc. Also includes audio files (sound clips) dating from the 1920s. The database is strongest since 1997, but there is historical material.
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