The material published by Print Quarterly - in the form of main articles, shorter notices, notes, catalogue and book reviews - ranges from the origins of printmaking to the present day, from catalogues of the æuvre of lesser-known printmakers to print collecting and print dealing through the centuries, from iconography to technique, from book illustration to decorative prints, from connoisseurship and the appreciation of prints as works of art to an assessment of their rôle in disseminating styles and ideas.
This site is devoted to publishing on-line catalogues raisonne of artists who do not have complete studies of their works in print or whose catalogues raisonne are out of print or need supplementary information.
The Online Research Resource of The Pierpont Morgan Library and Museum. The Library has about 13,000 prints, including the largest and most representative collection of Rembrandt etchings in this country.
This micro-site was created to accompany the exhibition of the same name at the Clark Institute in 2011. Like the exhibition, it explores how and why Durer's work was so powerful and why it remains so visually arresting to us more than five centuries later. It also features videos on printmaking techniques, a blog, and annotated examples from the exhibition.
Guide to searching for prints in the Library's collection as well as general tips for researching prints including extensive information on prints and printmaking, along with useful links and bibliographies for additional resources.
A non-scholarly, blog-style website that offers glossaries of Japanese Printmaking terms, techniques, tools, styles, and processes. You will find descriptions of visits to the working studios of various Japanese printmakers, along with images of various processes and tools.
Offers information about the Prints & Photographs Reading Room at the Library and has an extensive bibliography on prints as well as links to additional resources.The Prints & Photographs Online Catalog (PPOC) provides access through group or item records to more than 50% of the Division's holdings, as well as to some images found in other units of the Library of Congress.
The Department of Prints & Illustrated Books has developed an interactive demonstration of the primary printmaking techniques of woodcut, etching, lithography and screenprinting. It also includes a glossary, recommended reading, and visitor information.
Online catalogue raisonné presents publications of Gemini G.E.L. (Graphic Editions Limited) the acclaimed Los Angeles print and sculpture workshop from its beginning in 1966 through 1996. These records have been compiled since its inception, and the data has been reviewed, organized, and transcribed by the National Gallery for this online catalogue raisonné.
Published in co-operation with the IFPDA, this is an online version of The Print Council's Index to Oeuvre-Catalogues of Prints by European and American Artists. First published in 1983 by Timothy A. Riggs, the index continues to be expanded and updated; consequently it remains a mainstay of print research.
The most accessible print room in New York City, the Print Collection of The New York Public Library encompasses a specialized reference collection of over 15,000 volumes on the history of prints and printmakers; artist clipping files; and a collection of close to 200,000 original prints, ranging from woodcuts, engravings, etchings, lithographs and screen prints to digital prints, covering the history of the art in the West from the 15th century to the present, and Japanese prints from the 10th century to the present.
Intended to provide an efficient and readily accessible means to research the lithographs that have been made at Tamarind. This catalogue includes all lithographs (monotypes are not included) made at Tamarind Institute between 1970 and 2002.
The University of New Mexico University Libraries hosts New Mexico's Digital Collections. The pictorial collections originate from the University of New Mexico and from other New Mexico cultural heritage institutions.
A new website - www.whitemountainhistory.org - devoted to nineteenth century White Mountain prints and graphics. Nearly 300 images depicting this scenic portion of New Hampshire have been made available.
Achenbach Graphic Arts Council (AGAC) is a member council of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (FAMSF). Its charter is to support the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts (AFGA), the works on paper department for the FAMSF.
The American Historical Print Collectors Society (AHPCS) is a non-profit group that encourages the collection, preservation, study, and exhibition of original historical American prints that are 100 or more years old.
Founded as The Ukiyo-e Society of America, this organization promotes the study and appreciation of Japanese art. The Society presents lectures, seminars and other events as well as a quarterly Newsletter for members and an annual journal, Impressions.
Led by the museum's director and curators, of the Palmer's rich collection of works on paper, members get the opportunity to take a closer look at prints, drawings, photographs, and other works on paper in the museum's collection, as well as meet artists and dealers, visit print studios, and participate in special trips to view collections and special exhibitions.
Since its founding in 1970, The Print and Drawing Club has made available to its members the great resources of the Department through a varied program of gallery talks, study room presentations, tours of local exhibitions, and visits to artists’ studios. The enjoyment and understanding of European and American works on paper is fostered with talks and discussions by staff members, outside scholars, and the close examination of original works.
Print Arts Northwest, gallery of the Northwest Print Council, supports contemporary fine art printmaking by promoting the practice, appreciation and collection of original prints through exhibitions and educational programs.
Seattle Print Arts fosters intellectual and artistic dialogue, serve as a resource for news in the field of printmaking, forge links between artists, and serve as a base for a variety of activities that focus on the print arts.
An online database of 65,000 digitized images of works on paper from the Legion of Honor’s collection. You will also find information on viewing prints in the Achenbach Study Center’s Peter Hoefer Study Room.
A non-profit organization of the nation's leading dealers in fine arts with the purposes to promote the highest standards of connoisseurship, scholarship and ethical practice within the profession and to increase the public awareness of the role and responsibilities of reputable art dealers.
A searchable, image gallery of selections from the museum's extraordinary holding of 13,500 prints, the only encyclopedic collection in Texas and one of the finest on an American campus. Each online entry has detailed descriptions of the object and its significance.
Link to information on the Boston MFA’s Morse study room for viewing prints, drawings, and photographs. This page has a link to the “Prints” collection where a curator’s selection of the print collection can be viewed with zoomable images. The collection at large can also be searched via the museum’s database
Current exhibitions as well as a selection of past exhibitions at the Print Study Center. This site also features information on the history and techniques of printmaking methods such as lithography, intaglio, screenprint, and relief printing. Plus an extensive glossary and bibliography for further research.
One of the Louvre’s eight departments is home to the museum’s extensive collection of drawings, pastels, miniatures, prints, books, manuscripts, autograph works, woodcuts, copperplates, and lithographic stones.
The Collection Database is searchable table of artworks and related materials from the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. An individual database record includes information about an object as well as images, when available. The Museum's curators have selected several works of note within the Collection Database as Highlights of the collection.
This online feature makes almost five hundred images from the Morgan's exceptional collection of Rembrandt etchings available for the first time. The images presented here celebrate his unsurpassed skill and inventiveness as a master storyteller.
The Museum of Modern Art's online collection includes artists and objects from the Museum's Department of Prints and Illustrated Books. You may browse collection highlights by decade, or recent acquisition, explore the works of a specific artist, or search the collection by artist, title, department, classification, place of origin, or year made. The information here is reviewed and added to regularly by MoMA's staff and is subject to revision.
The focus of the site is prints and printmaking by artists from Australia, Aboriginal Australia, the Torres Strait Islands, Papua New Guinea, Maori and Pakeha Aotearoa New Zealand and the Pacific region including , New Caledonia, Nuie, Samoa, Kiribati, and the Solomon Islands. The site also includes references to prints and printmaking in China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
NYPL Digital Gallery provides free and open access to over 685,000 images digitized from the The New York Public Library's vast collections, including illuminated manuscripts, historical maps, vintage posters, rare prints, photographs and more.
A professional organization of print specialists, most of whom represent collections of works of art on paper throughout the United States and Canada. While the organization is comprised primarily of museum curators, it also includes university professors, conservators of works on paper, and independent scholars with a strong commitment to the study of prints.
Sponsored by the University of Kansas, this website contains an image gallery of the Spencer Museum’s collection, a glossary of printmaking terms, and links to additional resources. Also includes rotating online print exhibitions.
The mission and primary purpose of the Appraisers Association of America is to develop and promote standards of excellence in the profession of appraising through education and the application of the highest form of professional practice, which results in enhancing the visibility and standing of appraisers within the private and professional communities in which they serve.