Queens College Art Library - Internet Guide to recommended web sites
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Modern and Contemporary Art
Explore the dynamic world of modern and contemporary art. This guide covers the art of the 19th century to present.

Table of Contents:
Modern and Contemporary Art: Images and History
Modern and Contemporary Art: Specific Developments
Modern and Contemporary Art: Artists
Modern and Contemporary Art: Electronic Journals

Modern and Contemporary Art: Images and History

Art on the Web: 19th and 20th Century. Jeffery Howe, Boston College
Extensive links. Arranged by movements and artists.

Art in Flux. Cheryl K. Shurtleff, Boise State University, Idaho
Resources for Research in Contemporary Art.

Modern and Contemporary Art: Specific Developments
See Also Modern and Contemporary Art: Images and History

BauhausArchive Museum of Design. Berlin, Germany
Information and images on all aspects of the Bauhaus.

American Museum of Beat Art. California
Includes a section on visual artists.

Modern and Contemporary Art: Artists

Voice of the Shuttle. University of California, Santa Barbara
Select "Art and Art History" from the contents page. Extensive links to modern and contemporary artists.

Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Stanford University
Information and links on their art.

On-Line Picasso Project. Dr. Enriqu Mallen, Texas A & M University
Extensive information on the life and art of Picasso.

Warhol. Andy Warhol Museum. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Modern and Contemporary Art: Electronic Journals

Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide
Scholarly, peer-reviewed on-line journal dedicated to nineteenth-century art history.