Locate artists' works on the Internet using a search engine such as Google; or visit a site that collects information about 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.
ARTnews (available on Flipster) reports on the art, personalities, issues, trends and events shaping the international art world.
Use the subject headings below to discover exhibition catalogs:
Search for print and online books in the catalog by subject:
Quaytman, Rebecca. The Sun (installation title) 2001 Paintings, Prints. Exhibited at Spencer Brownstone Gallery, Spring 2001 Image and original data provided by Larry Qualls. Available on ARTstor
One place to find images for your presentation or paper is the database, ARTstor. Log on to ARTstor, create a personal account and create an image group. Then view information on how to Export to Power Point
You can search ARTstor by the name of an art work, by geography, by classification (for example, digital art), or by collection. Use the Advanced Search to limit by date. ARTstor images are included in results on JSTOR.
Helpful videos on using ARTstor can be found on YouTube
Basic information you'll need:
• Artist’s name
• Title of the work
• Date it was created
• Repository, museum, or owner (in other words, where it is now located)
• City or country of origin
• Dimensions of the work
• Material or medium (oil on canvas, marble, found objects, etc.)
if you copied image in a book you'll need the books's information
If you found the image online, you will need an access date & the web site address