Topics in art history often start with an object, an artist, or a particular art movement that you like. Read up on or browse for inspiration in the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History or Oxford Art Online . What do you find interesting? What questions do you have when thinking about the art you like?
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ARTstor Design guide
Guide to Finding Images on the Web
Art Bibliographies Modern
Art and Architecture
Art Bibliographies Modern and Art and Architecture provide access to journal and magazine articles from art publications.
Other relevant resources:
New York Times - Current
New York Times Historical
To find books on your topic, search Library OneSearch (at the top of the page) for books in Kresge, or borrow from other Michigan libraries:
Refworks allows you to create a personal database of references and automatically generate formatted bibliographies for your projects.
Museum link: https://collections.mfa.org/objects/32665/artist-in-his-studio?ctx=3c41c8a4-b44a-44e7-9bb9-4db6951affab&idx=5
Digital Humanities example: http://lucascranach.org/home