These databases might prove appropriate for research on art-related topics. Of course, the best database for your particular need depends upon your research question. See full list of library databases.
Offers full text plus abstracts and indexing of an international array of peer-selected publications. The database covers fine, decorative and commercial art, folk art, photography, film, and architecture, and also includes a database-specific thesaurus.
Downloading the Offline Image Viewer(OIV) is necessary to create presentations.
Saving images •Double click on image (this will allow you to download) •Save the image to your desktop – DO NOT CHANGE THE NAME OF THE FILE •Open your desktop •There will be two files with the same name on your desktop. •One of them is the jpeg; this is the one you need to work with. •Right click on the name field and rename the image. •Open it up and save it to your desktop or H: drive. •You can now import the picture in Powerpoint or some other program.
One-stop searching of major art encyclopedias and dictionaries, including Grove Art Online (e-version of the 34 vol. The Dictionary of Art) , The Oxford Companion to Western Art, Encyclopedia of Aesthetics, The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms.