Databases and Online Journals

In addition to our extensive print holdings of books, periodicals, auction and exhibition catalogs the Currier Art Reference Library and Archives also subscribes to several online databases. In addition we have identified several open access resources to aid in your research.

JSTOR
The Currier Reference Library subscribes to the Museum Collection which provides access to hundreds of Humanities, Business and Science periodicals online. Titles include: Archives of American Art Journal; Art Journal; Art Bulletin; Artibus et Historiae; Design Quarterly; The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism; Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians; Studies in Art Education; Winterthur Portfolio; Woman’s Art Journal; and hundreds more.
Available for use on the Currier Campus.

ArtNet
“The artnet Price Database is the most comprehensive color illustrated archive of fine art auction results worldwide. Representing auction results from over 500 international auction houses since 1985, the Price Database covers more than 4 million auction results by over 188,000 artists, ranging from Old Masters to Contemporary Art.”
Restricted Access

Ceramics: Art and Perception
“A journal dedicated to ceramic art. With a total of 120 pages, it contains approximately 23–28 reviews, substantial articles and regular features on a broad range of ceramics related subjects with excellent colour photographs throughout.”
See Librarian for access.

CAA (College Art Association)
Varied resources include book reviews, essays, exhibition reviews, research reports and access to CAA ReviewsArt Bulletin and Art Journal.

 

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