Art History Research Guide - LSC-North Harris
Before you begin looking for information, select up to 3 key words (or main concepts) to begin your research. To save time, list related key words to use for back up information searches.
KEY WORDS: Vincent Van Gogh, Starry Night
RELATED WORDS: Impressionism; 19th Century Painting; Painters, Netherlands
- Oxford Art Online Video Tutorial
- Dictionary of Art (in Reference, 3rd floor: REF N31 .D5 1996)
- Encyclopedia of World Art (in Reference, 3rd floor: REF N 31 .E4833)
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See Research Databases: Arts & Humanities for additonal resources on your topic.
Find books, e-books, DVDs, and more.
Use the Library Catalog
- Enter search terms.
- Browse search results and click on the title to view the detailed item record.
- Scroll to the bottom for availability, collection, location, and call number.
- To find the book on the shelf you will need the complete call number.
- To request a book from another location, click "request first available copy" then type in your library barcode number and your PIN.
Library Catalog Video Tutorials
List of websites if applicable.
Put quotation marks around phrases
Example: "Starry Night" "Van Gogh"
- Keep track of all of the information and sources you used during your research.
- Ask your professor about the required citation style.
- Consult Citation Help Guide from LSC-North Harris Library to help you construct your citations.
Each citation should answer the questions:
- Who wrote the material you are using?
- What did the author(s) entitle the piece he/she/they wrote?
- Where and when was it published (for a book, what city; for an article, which periodical)?
- If it's an article or a chapter, what pages is your source on?