Publication dates: Items published from the 1930s to current
Late Christian (ca. 300) to present; North America and Europe
Publication dates: 1975-2007
Succeeded by International Bibliography of Art
- index to journal articles, conference proceedings, collected essays, and exhibition catalogues published world-wide
- Covers Europe, the Middle East and North Africa
- Dates of coverage: 1967 - present
Middle Ages and Renaissance (400-1700)
Primarily in Europe
Publication dates: 19thc. - present
Scholarly journal archive for the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences; recent volumes (within 2 to 5 years) not available for many titles.
Print Location: Main D 114 .D45 1982 vol. 1 – 10
- Guide to all things medieval
- BibliographiesOBIS record
Print Location: Main Ref. CB361 .E52 1999 vols. 1-6
Renaissance (1350 – 1650) in Italy and Europe.
(1350 – 1650) Entries cover subjects and important people and are brief to several pages long.
What: More essays on more topics than any other English language art encyclopedia; good bibliographies.
Dates of coverage: Publications from 1990s to the present
Scope: Pre-history to the present; Global, country by country surveys; Traditional & new media, decorative arts, performance, dance, ritual, jewelry, etc.
Note: Part of Oxford Art Online, a suite of four art encyclopedias
Print Location: Art Lib. N 6415.B3 Z57 2010
Print Location: Art Ref. DG 804 .G67 2000
Sub title translates loosely as: characters, curiosities, monuments, history, art and folklore of the Eternal City from its origins to the year two thousand
Print Location: Main Reference CB 361 .C27 2003
Print Location: Art Ref. NA 31 .C44 1995
65 basic concepts (such as brick, church, history, joinery, moisture control, membrane, window, etc.) with detailed illustrations
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