Archive for the ‘art’ category

Posters from the Spanish Civil War: Exhibit and Reception

December 3, 2007

On Wednesday December 5, (6 pm – 8pm) there will be a reception in the Bobst Gallery for “Art and Politics: Posters from the Spanish Civil War, 1936 – 1939.” Professor Jordana Mendelson from the Spanish Department, who teaches a course “Exhibiting Spain,” will be giving a gallery talk.

The Bobst Gallery is located on the Main Floor of Bobst Library.

Professor Mendelson is the curator of “Other Weapons: Photography and Print Culture during the Spanish Civil War” that is on view at the International Center of Photography.

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Introduction to ARTstor for FACULTY – Demonstration/Discussion

October 12, 2007

Faculty: do you need access to high quality digital images for teaching and research?

In this demonstration / discussion, participants will learn to use ARTstor, a very large – and growing – collection of art, architecture, and design images.

Where: Bobst Library, 1st floor Reference Room (Conference Room)

When:

  • Tuesday, October 23, 11am-noon
  • Wednesday, October 31, 2-3 pm
  • Sunday, November 4, 4-5 pm
  • Monday, November 12, 6-7 pm

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Send an email indicating date of session to: tom.mcnulty@nyu.edu

Thank you,
Tom McNulty, Art Librarian, & Nadaleen Tempelman-Kluit, Instructional Design Librarian

ARTstor images linked to CSA Database Records

July 25, 2007

 

A new enhancement to the CSA interface allows users to find images in ARTstor that are associated with bibliographic records in CSA databases. By clicking on the “discovery links,” the researcher is presented with a series of ARTstor images associated with bibliographic records. The value of the most important database for 19th – 21st century art, ArtBibliographies Modern, is greatly enhanced by this “meta-search” option.

Try it out. Go to:

Images from the Clark Art Institute now available in CAMIO

May 30, 2007

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Nearly 5,000 art images from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA are now available via CAMIO—Catalog of Art Museum Images Online. The Clark collection includes 19th-century French art, with more than 30 paintings by Renoir and works by Monet, Degas and Pissarro. It also contains exceptional examples of European and American paintings and sculpture, collections of master prints and drawings, English silver and early photography.

JSTOR/ARTSTOR Combined Search

April 6, 2007

Searching JSTOR, the fulltext archive of important scholarly journals, also retrieves images from ARTSTOR,
the digital library of art images and descriptive information.

ARTSTOR JSTOR combined search

“Users have the opportunity to keyword search JSTOR article content, JSTOR image captions, and ARTstor image metadata. The combined search result page is separated into three tabs – Articles, Images from Articles, and ARTstor Images so that users can easily view and choose among their results. [Since NYU Libraries] participates in ARTstor and JSTOR, you will see ARTstor image thumbnails as well as the title, creator and date information in your search results. You can click to view the full-sized image and complete metadata through the ARTstor website.”–JSTOR