With deep backfile coverage from first issues through to 2005, this is an essential resource for vocational study and scholarly research of the arts from the late nineteenth to the twenty-first century.Titles include: American Craft (1965-2005), Apollo (1925-2005), Architectural Review (1896-2005), Architects’ Journal (1895-2005), ArtAsiaPacific (1993-2005), Art Monthly (1976-2005), British Journal of Photography (1854-2005), C Magazine (1983-2005), Canadian Architect (1955-2005), Ceramics Technical (1995-2005), Craft Horizons (1941–1965), Eye (1990-2005), Graphis (1944-2005), Ornament (1974-2005), Print (1940-2005), Sculpture (1982-2005), Southwest Art (1971-2005)
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Contains full text of what was originally the Grove Dictionary of Art, but is also regularly updated with new entries and updated entries. Also includes the Oxford Encyclopedia of Aesthetics, the Concise Dictionary of Art Terms, and the Oxford Companion to Western Art. TRIAL ENDS ON NOVEMBER 21, 2019. PLEASE BE SPARE ON ANY PRINTING OR DOWNLOADS DURING THIS TRIAL. ON CAMPUS ONLY AT THE MOMENT.
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