Full-Text Finders allows you to look up what journals that we have with full-text access and what years we have in full-text. It can also tell you if we have some volumes and issues in print but not electronically. It's a very powerful resource!
Tipasa in UD's new Interlibrary Loan system as of summer 2018. This is a simpler system that our old ILLiad system.Let us know if you need assistance!
Welcome to the subject guide for the Art.
This guide will direct you to the various resources available for research in Art. It will point you to the most useful databases, journals, books and reference sources, and online information available at the William A. Blakley Library. Most of the Databases are indexes to articles in journals and chapters in books. For initial research, try the online library catalog and/or encylopedias.
Follow the above TABS for specific information on Art and Art History.
Have an interest in browsing the shelves? Then try the following selection from the Library of Congress classification scheme, which is what we use to classify the library materials:
N Fine Arts
N 1-(9211) Visual arts
NA 1-9428 Architecture
NB 1-1952 Sculpture
NC 1-1940 Drawing. Design. Illustration
ND 25-3416 Painting
NE 1-3002 Print media
NK 1-(9990) Decorative arts
NX 1-820 Arts in general
TR 1-1050 Photography
TT 1-999 Handicrafts. Arts and crafts
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