Not sure how to start that paper? Just want to learn a little bit more about your favorite artist or artwork? Resources are endless, but here are a few starting points:
ARTstor is a non-profit organization that builds and distributes an online library of more than one million images in the areas of art, architecture, the humanities, and social sciences.
Grove Art Online provides artists’ biographies, articles, links to images, and general art-historical information. BU students have free access.
Art Science Research Laboratory focuses on art-science education, and the Web site links visitors to a great deal of information on Mondrian and Duchamp.
The On-line Picasso Project is a comprehensive overview of Picasso’s artistic career, complete with images, articles, references, biographies, and archival material.
World Wide Art Resources has art news, art history, information on galleries and contemporary artists, and more.
Artcyclopedia links visitors to information on a chosen artist, such as what collections hold the artist’s work, where to find related articles, up-to-date auction prices, and images.
Art History Resources on the Web links visitors to resources for artistic genres, periods, areas, galleries, museums, and more.
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