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ARTH 120: History of Illustration

About This Guide

Welcome to the Research Guide for ARTH 120: History of Illustration. This guide was designed to help students in the course as well as students enrolled in Illustration courses or Liberal Arts courses with their research projects. 

 

Navigate through the pages on the menu to the left for more information.

Find Books: Discover library books about Illustration in the library's catalog. There are also additional resources for locating books about women illustrators in the library collection. 

Finding Periodicals: Browse and search for current periodicals in the catalog and online. Discover other research guides related to periodicals to help you locate resources about illustration.

Find Online Resources: Learn how to search the library's online databases A-Z as well as other online resources such as archives and museums.

Find Videos + Podcasts: Looking for other media related to illustration history? Try these resources. 

Feel free to contact the library for assistance at any point in your research process, whether you're just starting a project or you're hitting a dead end. Chat services and librarian contact information can be found on the left side of this page. Or, schedule a research consultation by clicking on the link below.

   

    Robert John Thornton, Hyacinths, 1907

Schedule a Research Consultation

Goldstein Library provides research consultations with Research Librarians who are interested in your topic and excited to help you research! We are prepared to help you find the information you need to be successful! Our specialization is helping artists and designers find the materials that they need for reference and research (images, books, journal articles, websites, videos, and more); helping you understand how you can use what you find ethically; and how to cite your sources. 

Please note: All research consultations with Research Librarians will be taking place virtually via Zoom until further notice.

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