Collections & Exhibits

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Collections
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Mahabodhi temple American Institute of Indian Studies
The AIIS collection from the Center for Art and Archaeology in Gurgaon, Haryana, India, has over 125,000 photographs in the collection. The images fall into the broad categories of architecture, sculpture, terracotta, painting and numismatics.
Formats
Digital
Images
Photographs
Subjects
South Asia
Southern Asia
Art
Architecture
Detail from Department of Art History website Masters' Papers in Art History & Visual Arts
The database contains records for the Library's collection of over 850 M.A. and M.F.A. papers submitted by students from the Department of Art History and the Committee on Visual Arts and their antecedents.
Formats
Books & Journals
Subjects
Art
Max Epstein Max Epstein Photographic Archive
The Max Epstein Photographic Archive is a collection of reproductions of painting, sculpture, drawings, architecture, photography and decorative arts of Eastern and Western art dating from the neolithic period to the twentieth century.
Formats
Photographs
Subjects
Architecture
Art
Paperdoll Paper Dolls. Collection
This collection consists of paper dolls and accompanying paper clothing and accessories. The dolls were found in an 1839 volume of the New York Mirror, a weekly gazette of literature and the fine arts. Made by hand from scraps of magazines and wallpaper, the dolls are each unique, well-preserved examples of a typically fragile and ephemeral folk art.
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Digital
Images
Subjects
University of Chicago
Art
Salloch Collection of People with Books Salloch, William and Marianne, Collection of Prints and Drawings: People with Books. 1500-1814
The eight prints and drawings in the collection depict people reading or holding books in various settings. The works date from the 16th through 19th centuries. Two etchings by Rembrandt are included.
Formats
Digital
Images
Subjects
Art
History of Print
Engraving of the Colosseum The Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae
A digital version of the Library's extensive collection of Antonio Lafreri's Renaissance-era Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae prints and maps which depicted major monuments and antiquities in Rome. The site also contains a set of virtual itineraries through Rome, guided by scholars from around the country.
Formats
Digital
Images
Maps
Subjects
Classics
European History
Art
Architecture