This is a small sample of the art books held in the Nettlefold Library. Browse the library catalogue for additional resources.
TASC Academic Integrity
The TASC guidelines for students on Academic Integrity.
Information on referencing all forms of content
Developed by the Khan Academy, this is a high quality open educational resource covering western and non-western art history. Videos are also available on Khanacademy.org and the Khan Academy app.
Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History
Maintained by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, this comprehensive database provides good timelines and discussion of key historical events and history from geographical areas.
Pinterest - Art History Apps & Web tools
Check here for a diverse range of web tools and apps for mobile devices.
Provides images, articles and videos that discuss the art of different civilisations through history.
A fantastic tool that enables the viewer to take a virtual tour of prominent art galleries around the world and view the artworks in detail. Each piece of art is accompanied by notes
MONA (Museum of Old and New Art)
Presents antiquities, modern and contemporary art from the David Walsh collection.
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Design & Art Australia Online
Links biographical data about Australian artists, designers, craftspeople and curators with information about artworks, event histories and collection details.
Provides information on a range of artistic themes and artists
An encyclopaedia is a good place to start your research as you will retrieve articles that give you a broad overview of your topic and dictionaries help you define key terms.
Glossary of Art Terms (MoMA Learning)
A comprehensive glossary of art terms.
Print copies of Art Monthly Australasia are available for loan in the Nettlefold Library. Art & Australia may be accessed online.
A large number of art magazines are searchable from this database.