Studio Arts – Printmaking Research
Background Information: Selected Sources Available in the IAIA Library
|Hard Pressed : 600 Years of Prints and Process||769.9 P719h|
|Printmaking : A Contemporary Perspective||760.28 C688p
|Second Impressions : Modern Prints & Printmakers Reconsidered||769.922 S445|
|The Dictionary of Art||REF 703 D554 (34 volumes)|
|St. James Guide to Native North American Artists||REF 709.22 S143|
Search the library catalog for books on your topic or thesis, using relevant keywords.
- Use the subject term print – technique
Visit the library’s stacks and browse call number areas:
- 760- Graphic arts, Printmaking & prints
- 761- Relief processes (Block printing)
- 763- Lithographic (Planographic) processes
- 764- Chromolithography & serigraphy
- 765- Metal engraving
- 766- Mezzotinting & related processes
- 767- Etching & drypoint
- 769- Prints
Also check the NC shelves (far right of collection stacks) for non-circulating books in the same call number ranges.
Selected List of Periodicals (located near the Library Study Rooms)
- Contemporary impressions : the journal of the American Print Alliance
- Printmaking today
- Step inside design
Library Databases (Newspaper & Journal articles)
- Academic Search Premier: A multi-disciplinary full text database containing full text for nearly 4,700 publications.
- ARTstor: Contains approximately 300,000 images of art, architecture and archeology from a wide range of cultures and time periods.
- Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA): Comprehensive bibliography of scholarly writing covering European and American visual arts from late antiquity to the present.
- GALE Cengage —Expanded Academic ASAP: Includes research, reviews, full-text articles.
- GALE Cengage- Academic OneFile: Peer-reviewed, full-text articles from the world’s leading journals and reference sources.
- JSTOR: An electronic archive of full-text articles from Arts & Humanities journals.
- Project Muse: Scholarly, full-text articles in the arts and humanities.
Search for the Artist’s Own Reflections
Some suggested subject headings to find material presented in the artist’s own words:
- Use the artist’s name as an author search (last name, first name)
- Use the artist’s name as a subject search (last name, first name)
- Combine the artist’s name with these terms
Note: When searching most databases, it is possible to search the singular and plural forms of terms by using an asterisk (*). For example: diar*, interview*, journal*.
Thinking & Writing About Art
|A Short Guide to Writing About Art||808.0667 B261s 2008|
|Writing About Art||808.06 S275w|
|Writing for the Visual Arts||808.0667 M478w|
|The Critique Handbook : A Sourcebook and Survival Guide||REF 701.18 B982c|