Electronic Resources for the Visual Arts

Floyd, Phylis
May 1998
Nineteenth Century Studies;1998, Vol. 12, p189
Academic Journal
The article reviews several web sites and electronic resources for the visual arts, including www.gii.getty.ed, www.harbrace.com and www2.ncsu.edu.


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