National Museum of Women in the Arts
Clippings, artwork information, photographs of artwork, art reproductions, exhibition announcements, press releases
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
The Library's collection of study photographs and clippings contains reference photographs and clippings of art objects from a vast array of geographic locations. The collection contains photographs and clippings of sculpture, decorative arts, architecture (locations), and paintings/drawings/prints in the following geographic categories: American, British, French, German, Italian, the Low Countries, Scandinavian, Spanish, Swiss, Miscellaneous European/Western tradition, Egyptian, Ancient Civilization, Byzantine, African, Pre-Columbian American Art, Prehistoric, Near East, Far East, and Oceania. This collection began with the purchase of Willem Rudolf Juynboll's clippings collection, but was augmented in many ways and from several sources. Other major sources of material include the Duveen Collection, purchases from the Courtauld Institute, and an Alinari subscription. The collection also includes material from independent photographers and clippings from auction catalogues collected ... Read More
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
This assembled collection of photographs and clippings represents paintings, drawings and prints of the low countries of the 10th through the 20th centuries through reproductions of the work of approximately 1,900 artists. The works of Ferdinand Bol, Jan Bruegel, Pieter Bruegel, Vincent van Gogh, Jan van Goyen, Frans Hals, Jacob Jordaens, Lucas van Leyden, Nicolaes Maes, Rembrandt, Rubens, Jacob van Ruisdael, Jan Steen, David Teniers, Anthony Van Dyck, and Vermeer are well represented. The collection contains photographs and clippings from numerous sources including commercial vendors and photographers, auction houses and galleries, and scholars' archives and collections, including a collection of clippings from Dr. Willem Rudolf Juynboll and a collection of photographs from Duveen Brothers. The images document paintings and drawings of the low countries in a number of museums and private collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the ... Read More
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Resumes, artist statements, biographical material, art reproductions, correspondence, photographs of artist, clippings, exhibition announcements, exhibition posters, press releases, slides, photographs of artwork, artwork information, artist made postcards, information on A Lion's Share exhibition: photographs, exhibition information, price lists, announcments
Getty Research Institute
A collection of photographs covering Netherlandish (Dutch and Flemish) paintings and drawings of the 14th through 16th centuries assembled by the Getty Research Institute. The collection documents the work of some 454 artists; those most heavily represented include: Hieronymus Bosch, Dierick Bouts, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Robert Campin, Joos van Cleve, Jan van Eyck, Hugo van der Goes, Hendrik Goltzius, Jan Gossaert, Martn van Heemskerck, Adriaen Isenbrandt, Quentin Massys, Hans Memling, Anthonis Mor, Bernart van Orly, Jan van Scorel, and Rogier van der Weyden
Getty Research Institute
The records of the Schaeffer Galleries document the gallery's stock and business dealings from the early 1920s until the late 1980s, both in Berlin and New York
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Biographical material, translations, slides, transparencies, artwork information, photograph of artwork
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
The Library's collection of study photographs and clippings contains reference photographs and clippings of art objects from a vast array of geographic locations. The collection contains photographs and clippings of sculpture, decorative arts, architecture (locations), and paintings/drawings/prints in the following geographic categories: American, British, French, German, Italian, the Low Countries, Scandinavian, Spanish, Swiss, Miscellaneous European/Western tradition, Egyptian, Ancient Civilization, Byzantine, African, Pre-Columbian American Art, Prehistoric, Near East, Far East, and Oceania. This collection began with the purchase of Willem Rudolf Juynboll's clippings collection, but was augmented in many ways and from several sources. Other major sources of material include the Duveen Collection, purchases from the Courtauld Institute, and an Alinari subscription. The collection also includes material from independent photographers and clippings from auction catalogues collected ... Read More
Metropolitan Museum of Art - Watson Library
Black-and-white photographic prints of drawings that were not reproduced for inclusion in 12 of the volumes of catalogues published by Phaidon Press between 1942 and 1960. The number on each print corresponds to the Windsor Castle accession number, and the number typed beneath each print corresponds to the entry number in the catalogue
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute

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