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Art History and Visual Studies: A Research Guide: Home

This research guide to art history and visual studies emphasizes reference resources and databases available to members of the Cornell community through the Cornell University Library.

Art Librarian

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Susette Newberry
106 Olin Library
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853

Art Resources

Cornelius Norbertus Gijsbrechts. Trompe l'oeil. A Cabinet in the Artist's Studio [detail], 1670-1671. Collection: Statens Museum for Kunst (National Gallery of Denmark) Source: Google Art Project

Construction of the New Fine Arts Library

The Fine Arts Library will soon have a new home and a new name! The Mui Ho Fine Arts Library will occupy the top floors of Rand Hall when it is completed in the fall of 2019. Read an article about the construction and plans here. The Fine Arts Library is now temporarily located in a reduced space in B56 Sibley Hall. Most of the circulating collection is now housed in the Library Annex; researchers can request books for daily delivery to the library of their choice. Deliveries to the Fine Arts Library are made twice daily, Monday to Friday.

Newest books

In the Cornell Library catalog, use the "date acquired" filter (bottom left) on search results to show the latest books received that match your search criteria:

Arrow showing "date acquired" search filter in the Cornell Library catalog search.

New Books

Here are some of the new books in the general art category that arrived last month:

You can also create your own RSS feed so that you'll know about the arrival of new books in your specific subject area.

How to get to the new books list generator.

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