RESEARCH BY SUBJECT - ART
|Art History Resources on The Web
Prof. Chris Witcombe of Sweet Briar College has indexed all types of art media from prehistoric to contemporary periods. There are sections for Museums & Galleries, Quick Reference, and Research Resources.
|Art on the Web
Prof. Jeffrey Howe of Boston College has provided over 1200 links to art and architecture. The extensive index includes specialized sections such as Art Therapy, Careers, Computers and Art, Course Materials Online, Starting Points in the Arts, and Visual Literacy.
|ArtLex: Dictionary of Visual Art
An art lexicon or dictionary of over 3,000 visual culture terms, with images, cross-references to related terms, links to other websites, and shortcuts to longer entries.
A gateway to architecture around the world and across history, it documents a thousand buildings and hundreds of leading architects, with 3D models, photographic images and architectural drawings.
|Metropolitan Museum of Art Online Resources
The Metropolitan Museum of Art's electronic resources center has indexed its catalog of art-related websites for online research. The links are arranged according to the Museum's departments, from American Decorative Arts to the Textile Center. There is also a link to the Museum's very useful Timeline of Art History.
|Mother of All Art and Art History Links Pages
The School of Art & Design at the University of Michigan maintains this gateway to over 400 academic, studio, museum and commercial sites. There are links to online exhibits and image collections. Related research resource sections include Archaeology, History, Medieval Sources, Philosophy, Photography, and Women’s Studies; additional categories are African and African-American, American, Asian, and Middle East Studies.
|Voice of the Shuttle
Prof. Alan Liu and his team from the English Department at UC Santa Barbara maintain this dynamic humanities database. In addition to general art and art history links, there are sections for Art Theory & Politics, Art & Technology, Architectural Historical Preservation, Cartography, Intellectual Property Issues, Journals & Zines, and Course Syllabi & Teaching Resources.