Writing about art requires a solid thesis statement in which you put forward a cogent argument based on evidence and in "conversation" with art historians' earlier writings about your object, artist, movement, or style/period.
Cite all quotes and paraphrased references used in the body of the paper. Plagiarism is a grave mistake in academic writing.
This research guide is adapted from a libguide created by Jill Luedke, Art Librarian, Temple University Libraries. I modified it with Jill's permission, adding and deleting resources and text as necessary for use by TCNJ faculty and students.