Art History Journal Indexes
Humanties Journal Databases
Francis - Open Source. Multilingual/multidisciplinary information in the humanities (67%) and social sciences (30%); strong in religion, the history of art, psychology, and literature.
Kubikat - Book & article catalog of four German art-history libraries, covering all languages and with an English interface) Kunsthistorisches Institut (Florence) Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte (Munich). Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte (Paris) and the Bibliotheca Hertziana (Rome).
Arts & Humanities Citation Index - (Web of Knowledge) - look up scholarship by whom was cited in the artitcle.
Electronic Journals by subject - URegensburg's list of online journals limitable by subject. Just limit to "Art History" and scan titles. Those free (or subscribed to by Duke) offer immediate access.
Digital Humanities Bibliography pdf (compiled Duke University)
Current - exhibition reviews, tracing media coverage of art or artists, popular reception to art and tracing works of art.
Nexis Uni - (formerly Nexis/Lexis) newspaper articles from the late 1980s onward (depending on the newspaper). Separate search for European dailies is also excellent.
America's Newspapers - search American newspapers by region of the country or individual newspaper. Great for seeing how an art show was reviewed in rural America.
Historic - newspaper accounts can be primary sources for exhibitions, reception documentation, museum collection history, etc. Also good for patronage verification and biographical/obituary accounts. Both pdf scans of the actual column.
Times Digital Archive - the Times (London), 1785-1985
New York Times Digital Index - 1851 until three years ago.
Bibliography of Asian Studies - Articles in Western languages regarding aspects of Asian and South Asian studies, including art history and popular culture.
Art Sales Index - Coming soon! refers to auction catalog number
Scipio - Worldcat records of individual auction catalogs. Great for verification of auction or interlibrary loan use. It does not contain auction prices for individual works of art.
ITER - Indexes journals covering European Renaissance (1300-1700) and medieval eras (400-1500).