Who’s Who in American Art Reference Desk: N6536 .W5 (current year also in Stack K)
Who Was Who in American Art, 1564-1975 Open Shelf: N6536 .W49 1999 (also at Reference Desk)
Dictionary of Artists (Bénézit) Open Shelf: N40 .B4713 2006
Allgemeines Kunstler-Lexikon Open Shelf: N40 .A63 1992
Contemporary Artists Open Shelf: N6490 .C6567 1996
If you do not have the name of the work you are researching, but it has a signature, try one of these resources.
American Artists: Signatures & Monograms, 1800-1990 Open Shelf: N45 .C37 1990
Marks & Monograms: The Decorative Arts, 1880-1960 Open Shelf: N45 .H37 1995
The Visual Index of Artists’ Signatures & Monograms Open Shelf: N45 .J33 1991
Artists’ Monograms & Indiscernible Signatures: An International Directory, 1800-1991 Open Shelf: N45 .C374 1991
These resources provide citations and some full-text articles on art, artists, and related topics. Unless otherwise noted, they are available at the Art Institute of Chicago, the SAIC campus, or from other locations with an ARTIC username and password.
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Try this new digital interactive for families in the museum’s Ryan Learning Center, located in the Modern Wing, or print out a tour at home.
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