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.
Click here to see a list of exhibition catalogs from the TCNJ Art Gallery that date from 2001.
Find hundreds of digitized catalogs from exhibitions that have taken place at The Met since the 1870s.
This libguide is adapted from an original authored by Jill Luedke, Art Librarian, Temple University Libraries. I modified it with Jill's permission, adding and deleting sources and text for use by TCNJ faculty and students.