Below, you will find research databases, art and museum databases, reference sources, and web resources that may be useful in art history research. If you need help using any of these resources, check out our help page, or ask a librarian.
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Citation Help Guide - Information, tips, and examples of different citations styles
Zotero - A free citation-management tool that keeps sources organized and generates in-text citations and bibliographies
Maier Museum of Art - The collections of the Maier Museum at Randolph College
Artstor - Thousands of digital images of global art, architecture, and visual culture
Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Collection - Thousands of historic images of American art and photography
Louvre Collections - The Louvre’s online collections consists of entries for more than 480,000 works of art that are part of the national collections
National Museum of Women in the Arts - Images of art by female artists from the Renaissance through today
Art History News - A highly-read blog about new research and discoveries in art and art history
Smarthistory - Articles, video, and more resources on a wide-range of art history topics
Smarthistory Youtube - Videos that aim to "open museums and cultural sites up to the world"