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Research needs and course reserve requirements in the fields of art history and architectural history are supported by the Art Library's 130,000 volumes, including over 500 active journal titles. This includes materials on the history of painting, sculpture, drawing, the graphic arts and the decorative arts. (Materials on classical archaeology, aesthetics, and urban design are shelved in the Green Library stacks, as are most materials of a cross-disciplinary nature that examine the relationship of the visual arts to other art forms -- literature, music, dance, etc.) Books and microforms in the Art Library collection include monographs on the work of specific artist and architects, exhibition catalogs from museums and galleries in the U.S. and abroad, catalogs of works of art held in public and private collections, and surveys of the art and architectural history of geographical areas and chronological periods.


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