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Power Search our online catalog by entering multiple keywords and using Boolean searching to find print books, ebooks, DVDs.


    Don't forget books!

    Our art collection is one of the library's greatest strengths--use it! Art books are located in the 700s along the low shelves above the steps. It can still be a bit overwhelming, so here are some of the subsections:

    700-709 General art reference

    710-729 Landscape, design, and architecture

    730-739 Sculpture, pottery, and metalwork

    740-749 Drawing and decorative arts

    750-759 Painting

    760-769 Printmaking

    770-779 Photography

    780-789 Music

    790-792 Performing arts and theater



    Interested in modern art? New York's Museum of Modern Art has tens of thousands of images archived and ready to search on their site!


    Finding Art Online

    Due to copyright and licensing issues, as well as the fact that art is often scattered in museums across the globe, it can be difficult to find comprehensive sets of an artist's work without paying for it. That said Google Images and Wikipedia are both wonderful resources to find reference images of all kinds of artwork. Starting on the page of a specific country or style or museum could get you off to a good start, and exploring the linked articles within those pages will help you narrow down what you'd like to study.


    Gale Virtual Reference Library

    Once you've picked an artist, search for them in the Gale Virtual Reference Library, where you'll find hundreds of digital reference titles on everything from art to world history.


    The Louvre Collections

    A browsable cross section of the most famous museum collection in the world


    Victoria and Albert Museum

    A world-class and wide-ranging museum in the heart of London, you can find a bit of everything in the V&A's online collections

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    Comprehensive List
    of CCDS History Databases


    Check the databases at PLCHC
    (need card ID#)


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