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ARTH 365: 19th Century Art & Architecture: Art & Artists

This guide is intended as a starting point for research about selected 19th century artists.

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Suggested Primo Search Terms. Copy and paste into the Primo search box.

Art , Modern  19th   century

Art European 19th century

Art, French    19th   century

Art American 19th century

Painting ,  American     19th   century

Art and Society 19th century

Sex Role in Art

Women in Art

Gardens in Art

Interior decoration in art

Ducks in art

Bridges in art

Prints ,  French    19th century

Etching history

Landscape  photography    United States

Name of artist - note: for analysis include the phrase "criticism and interpretation"

Featured Books


Maxine Lalane authored the following book which is available through Summit: A treatise on etching.

He is also mentioned in Pen drawing and pen draughtsmen : their work and their methods : a study of the art with technical suggestions, available through Summit.

To find more books about Jackson, search "Jackson ,  William   Henry ,  1843 1942"

To find more books about Tissot, search the following:

"Tissot , James, 1836-1902"

"Tissot , James, 1836-1902   Criticism and interpretation"

To find more books about Whistler, search these terms in Primo:

Whistler, James McNeill, 1834-1903   Criticism and interpretation

Whistler ,  James   McNeill ,  1834 1903

The following books are authored by Albert Henry Barnes and are available through Summit:

  • Sights and scenes from Tacoma to Paradise Park : forty-eight views
  • Our greatest mountain and alpine regions of wonder

Online Encyclopedias

Print Biographical Dictionaries

Art & Humanities Databases

Interlibrary Loan

If your article is not available at Collins Library, you've got another option to getting it. Use Tipasa, our interlibrary loan service.

Once you have an account, either go directly to Tipasa and manually enter the information, or, if you're using a database, look for a shortcut link to automatically fill out the form.

Allow at least a week for the article to come. If your article is delivered in electronic format, you'll receive an email with a link to follow as soon as it's arrived. If it's delivered in paper, you'll receive it right in your campus mailbox.


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Angela Weaver
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