| 41. Shop America |
Just in time for the Holiday shopping season comes Shop America: Midcentury Storefront Design 1938 - 1950. This richly illustrated text is split into two parts.
| 42. Hall's Dictionary of Subjects and Symbols |
Hall's Dictionary of Subjects and Symbols in Art is the definitive dictionary on the iconography Western art. The new edition contains an expanded index of religious beliefs, ideas, and social customs, as well as a select number of line drawings which illustrate the text.
|43. Patrologia Latina|
| 44. Index to 19th-Century American Art Periodicals |
The Index to 19th-Century American Art Periodicals is the sole online index to 42 art journals published in the U.S.
| 45. English and Continental Portrait Miniatures Bibliography |
The portrait miniature is a form that developed from manuscript illumination in the 16th century in Europe and continued for over four hundred years. Its practitioners worked predominantly in watercolor and gouache on vellum and ivory, but also in enamel. The Cleveland Museum of Art has an extensive collection of portrait miniatures a selection of which are on display in the gallery of British art in the 1916 building. The following is a bibliography of important texts on English and Continental portrait miniatures.
| 46. Bruegel Catalogue Raisonné |
Though the details of Pieter Bruegel's life are not entirely known, the literature on his oeuvre is significant. Newly published, Bruegel: the Complete Paintings, Prints and Drawings is a welcome addition.
| 47. Collecting Antique Pewter |
Seven years in the making, the Pewter Collectors’ Club of America has published a unique volume entitled Collecting Antique Pewter: What to Look For and What to Avoid.
|48. ArtStor on YouTube|
| 49. Historia General Del Piru |
Historia General Del Piru by Martín de Murúa is the earliest illustrated history of Peru. Compiled in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, the volume chronicles the Incas and the early Viceroyalty of Peru.
| 50. Charley Harper: An Illustrated Life |
The brightly colored minimalist but modernist world created by Charley Harper, in book illustration and advertisement, is ubiquitis with twentieth century modernism.