Grove Art Online
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Type de ressource : Bibliographique avec des résumés, des citations, des illustrations, des liens url
Nombre de données : Plus de 45 000 articles, plus de 500 000 références bibliographiques, plus de 2 000 images, plus de 21 000 biographies
Sujet(s) : Histoire de l
Grove Art Online is the unsurpassed authority on all aspects of art from prehistory to the present day. It provides online access to the entire text of the acclaimed 34-volume Dictionary of Art plus newly-commissioned articles.Offering unrivalled breadth and depth of content, a wide range of search options, and extensive links to images from galleries and museums around the world, Grove Art Online is an invaluable research tool.
Grove Art Online< offers:
- Over 45,000 signed articleson every aspect of the visual arts from prehistory to the present day — from Paleolithic cave and rock art to the work of Frida Kahlo and Damien Hirst.
- More than 26 million words covering both the fine arts (painting, sculpture, and architecture) and the decorative arts (ceramics, textiles, jewellery, interior design, furniture, glass, metalwork, and more).
- Over 500,000 bibliographical citations which can be searched independently or within the text.
- Over 2,000 art images and line drawings displayed in the text of articles.
- Over 40,000 image links from high-quality museum and other art sites.
- Search more than 21,000 biographies (of artists, architects, patrons, collectors, dealers, theorists, writers, and scholars) by birth/death dates, places, nationality and occupation (in addition to name searches).
- Links to more than 1,000 useful web sites covering people, places, art forms, styles and movements, institutions, museums, and other organisations, exhibitions, and more.
- Multicultural scope: articles are written by over 6,800 contributors from 120 countries.
- Extensive coverage of World Art: unparalleled depth of information covering the civilisations and cultures of Africa, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, Mongolia, China, India, the Islamic World, Japan, Korea, Europe, North America, South America, Pacific and Aboriginal Australia, Pre-Columbian America, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, and the Ancient Near East.
- Highlighted cross-references within articles.
- Related Articles list at the end of every entry.
- Wide range of search and browse options.
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