Newly added to the Library's electronic resources list is the Dictionary of Art Historians. This source serves as a starting point for researching major figures in art history, both active and inactive. As explained in the information page, it is a work in progress. But for its part, it provides ample background into
The Libri Picturati A18-30, held in the Preußische Staatsbibliothek in Germany, comprises more than fourteen hundred botanical watercolors produced in the 16th Century.
The brightly colored minimalist but modernist world created by Charley Harper, in book illustration and advertisement, is ubiquitis with twentieth century modernism.
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.
ArtStor is a subscription database available by clicking Search Collections and then View Online Resources. This online repository holds hundreds of thousands of digital from participating organizations, including the Cleveland Museum of Art. While the basics of how to navigate ArtStor are fairly obvious, there are some nuances to the interface that might prove useful