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Art and Design: Image and Video Databases
This guide is designed to help you find materials available from the Houston Cole Library for research in art and design.
This is a collection by Yale University that covers a wide range of images from illuminated manuscripts to early American photographs.
Duke University Library: Ad*Access This freely available resource through the Duke University Libraries’ Digital Collections contains images from over 7,000 American and Canadian advertisements from newspapers and magazines which were printed between 1911 and 1955. The advertisements are divided between five subjects: Radio, Television, Transportation, Beauty and Hygiene, and World War II.
Google Art Project Made possible with the technology of Google streetview, Art Project allows users to take virtual tours of various museums.
Streaming videos from Films On Demand concentrating on art and architecture.
This vibrant selection of documentaries, interviews, biographies, and how-to videos spans the visual arts—from sculpture, painting, and photography to history, theory, criticism, and appreciation—with enough range to suit the needs of both basic and advanced courses.