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Art & Art History

WELCOME 'Art of the Holocaust Class (Jaskot)

Duke catalog


1. "Catalog" tab to the Duke Libraries catalog

  • Use your natural language to find ONE book that's relevant.
  • Click the title of that book
  • Scroll down to the "subjects" and look for the library term/subject it groups under your topic
  • Click the hyperlink of that topic and get ALL the works we have on your topic!

 

Here are some subject examples of what you can find:

  • Guerrilla Girls (Group of artists)   artist's group
  • Warhol, Andy, 1928-1987 -- Exhibitions    exhibition catalog
  • Women artists   topic
  • Prints, English -- 18th century.
  • Crying in art.   book treating an individual theme
  • Feminism and art
  • Caricature -- United States -- History -- 20th century.  topic limited by geography and time period
  • Manet, Edouard, 1832-1883 -- Interviews.

 

 

 

2. Google Books & Google Scholar

Google Books allows you to search books by key-word.  It does not display the whole book.  Use LIBX.

Google Scholar is the same but for articles.

Worldcat


Worldcat - combined catalog of all libraries

Use Worldcat to locate exhibition catalogs and books for interlibrary loan and archives of collections.  There's a "libraries with this item" link that shows NC libraries first.

Artlibraries.net

Art Discovery Group https://artdiscovery.net/ - the "art" segment of a Worldcat search.  Easy, direct, free for anyone to use.  Map the holdings listed back to Duke.  Searching directly can be done through https://artlibraries.on.worldcat.org/discovery

ARCADE - NY Resources

Arcade - The collections of the Frick Art Reference Library, the Brooklyn Museum Library and The Museum of Modern Art Library.

Metropolitan Museum of Art digitized collection

https://archive.org/details/metmuseumlibraries  - All the digitized images from the Metropolitan Museum of Art's library (via the Internet Archive).  Handy when you only want pdf full text.