Databases A-Z

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Indexes scholarly and trade journals, monographs, and conference proceedings published between 1887 to the present, many full text. Includes all academic subjects.

A biographical dictionary of men and women who have shaped the United States.

A photographic archive of high quality images from the Associated Press news wire covering 1820s to the present. Includes news, entertainment, and fashion photography; maps; timelines; graphics and logos; graphs; AP news stories; and audio clips.

Discover archival collections in libraries, museums, and archives worldwide. Includes materials from the Medieval and Renaissance eras to the current day

Citations and abstracts to scholarly and popular international art journals published between 1929-1984. Covers most art topics and periods, and includes indexing of art reproductions.

High-quality art images from the collections of distinguished museums around the world. Images include paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, photographs, and decorative arts from around the world and all eras.

Indexing, abstracting, and full-text for over 640 leading academic journals, magazines and trade publications, and 225 books. Includes indexing and abstracting of podcasts from leading museums, and a collection of more than 63,000 images. Covers most art and design topics, including advertising art, contemporary art, motion pictures and television, pottery, textiltes, and more. Coverage begins 1929. The Art Index Retrospective, Art Index, Art Abstracts, Art Full Text, and Art & Architecture Complete databases are all included in Art Source.

Citations and abstracts to scholarly and popular journals, books, dissertations, exhibition catalogs, and essays published between 1974 to the present. Covers most art topics from the 19th century to the present.

A digital library of high quality arts and humanities images covering art from all over the world and all eras.  Includes art history survey, plus specialized image collections such as the Larry Qualls archive of contemporary art images and the Digital Design Collection from the Museum of Modern Art's Department of Architecture and Design. (Tip: Works best with Firefox. Requires most recent version of Java.)

Provides biographical and professional data on over 120,000 American artists from the early 16th century through the present. Includes images, artists' biographies, and limited auction records.