Listed below are peer-reviewed reference books that are available for your use. Some of these are located on the shelves near the reference desk, others are available online.
(Ref. N33 .C575 2010)
An online collection of scholarly reference books covering all subject areas.
(Ref. N31 .D5 1996)
Thirty-four volume set covering art and artists.
(Ref. N40 .D5213 2006)
Fourteen-volume set covering artists worldwide.
(Ref. N31 .E533)
Fifteen-volume set covering art and artists.
(Ref. N31 .F33 2005)
Five-volume set covering art, artists, styles, etc.
(Ref. N6505 .G76 2010)
Five-volume set covering American art and artists.
(Ref. N5610 .G76 2007)
Two-volume set on classical art and architecture.
(Ref. NX449.5 .L58 1997)
Nine-volume set covering European and American writers, composers, and artists.
Over 100 scholarly reference books published by Oxford University Press.
(Ref. N7476 .B37 2005)
A guide that covers many topics on writing about art including critical analysis, getting essay ideas, developing paragraphs, writing a catalog entry, quoting and documenting sources, engaging in peer review, editing the final draft, etc.