Schiel, Egon. Seated Woman, Back View. 1917. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Web 10 Oct. 2013.
You can search ARTstor by the name of an art work, by geography, by classification (for example, Drawings and watercolors), or by collection (for example, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco).
Helpful videos on using ARTstor can be found on UTube
For background information, start with Grove Art Online which covers all aspects of Western and non-Western visual art. It includes the full text of The Dictionary of Art, edited by Jane Turner (1996, 34 volumes) – the landmark reference work containing more than 45,000 articles (more than 21,000 biographies and 500,000 bibliographical citations) contributed by 6,700 scholars from 120 countries.. Both the 'Guided Tour' and 'Tips for Users' (available from the Home page) provide useful information on searching Grove/Oxford Art Online.
Bibliographies located in books or at the end of journal articles can be very helpful. To learn if Pepperdine has access to a particular journal, search for the name of the journal in the library catalog.
Locate artists' works on the Internet using a search engine such as Google, or visit a site that collects information aoubt works from over 180,000 artists: Artnet.com
Artsy, a resource for collection and education, aims to make all the world’s art accessible to anyone with an Internet connection.
Use the subject headings below to discover exhibition catalogs:
These online sources contain some art related articles